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20.8. Cusco - primeros imágenes
El hostal en el que nos habíamos alojado la noche pasada era el peor de todos los que conocíamos. Una de las cama se había caído en la noche, nos cortaron el agua y nos trataron muy mal en la recepción. Pero en la mañana triunfamos: Quisimos desayunar pero la chica del hostal prefería charlar con su amiga …
... that! Anyway lo and behold, Fernando was there and scooped us up. Alleluia! We are staying at the Albergue Hatun Soncco Wasi which means 'Hostel Big Heart Home' in Quechuan (the local language). It's a hostel where rural kids can stay so that they can go to school in Cusco. They go home at the weekend so it is pretty quiet and empty now - tomorrow they will come back. We had a delicious meal and then went to bed. ...
... hours spent within its walls; just when we go out, it starts to rain. The gods of the Incas have granted us a wonderful day for this special place.
We return to Cusco by train in the evening and arrive late at night in our comfortable guesthouse. The day after we have time to wander a little more around this lovely town, before getting on yet another night bus in the direction of Arequipa with the wonders seen in these last days spent in the heart of the Inca Empire still in our ...
After our canyon trip we headed straight to the bus station for an overnight bus to Cuzco. All these long bus journeys sound awful but they are actually very comfortable!
We arrived in Cuzco early in the morning, found a hostel at the right price with a man in the train station and we got taken to check in and have some brekkie before heading out ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKoyllur Hostal Cusco
Not expensive, very nice employees, very good information for sightseeing tours, very nice ambience ... very recomendable!
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