K'Uychi Punku Hostal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 150, first class in the region of $800. And from the train station up into the mountains you can take a £12 bus. This is why most people choose a tour operator to organize all this for them and end up paying a hefty sum of $s. Most backpackers choose a hiking tour however, swapping the comfy train/bus combo for own feet. The famous Inca Trail is closed in February and gets very booked up early March. We wanted to do this iconic trail, but firstly it was closed and then it is expensive. ...
... train in Canada wasn't so expensive as it was nice to ride along and still get to see everything. Well we're going along and all of a sudden the train stops. Everyone is like what's going on? Why are we stopped?! We can't be there yet... And suddenly into my brain pops "dementors are boarding the train!" If only mike had seen/read Harry Potter so that I could make these jokes and he would get it. I even said you need to at,east watch the movies so I can make Harry Potter jokes and ...
... We made it to Ollantaytambo late afternoon and on a high I decided to start practicing straight away and agreed to a short (in comparison to our next hike) walk to some local ruins for a stunning view of the town below. It was tough but only a fraction of the difficulty our Quarry Trek hike was going to be. Exhausted, we had a quick dinner then headed to bed as we were up early the next day to start our epic ...
... a good amount of walking from the camp until you get to Machu Picchu and after 3 days walking with aching legs, this is tricky and even after you get to Machu Picchu, there's bloody steps there!! Machu Picchu is however amazing. It's spectacular itself, but surrounded by the incredible views of the Andes and the cloud forrest make it out of this world. Maybe I'm over exaggerating following the ...
... a lot of time rudely barging and shoulder dropping people who failed to understand walkways were meant to be used in two directions.
A bus back into town would've cost $10, but for around $20 we could take the train back from Aguas to Hydroelectrico, saving the two plus hour walk with all my stuff. Much more appealing. This would also give us more time in town to grab a decent meal. At the train station it was explained that the forgeiner carriage was full but we could go ...