Hospedaje Kiswarcancha

Address: Calle Palacio 135, Cusco, Peru | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle Palacio 135, Cusco, is near Cusco Cathedral, Hiram Bingham Train, Pre-Columbian Art Museum, and Inca Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Crisco to Puno, lake Titikaka.

A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Nov 06, 2014

... on Facebook and I will forward them on. We did seem rather mesmerised by this procession. We could walk along side it, we had our pictures taken with some of the participants, it sounds silly but we nearly felt part of it! Eventually hunger got the better of us and we headed off with a meal at a local restaurant. The late supper menu turned out to be a semolina soup (quite nice) and beefsteak and chips. We thought the waitress had given us the wrong change, but because it was ...

With only the Amazon to remain

A travel blog entry by melissa.macleod on Nov 01, 2014

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... is not 'pulling their weight' or relationships have broken down, then people can be cut off the island, literally. With a saw! And then they need to try and find a new island to join. We also rode in the reed boats, what a peaceful ride. The people living there eat the reeds, the white part from the root. We tried it, it was interesting to say the least. From there we went to Amantani Island for our home stay. We met our 'mum' Ola for the night and we walked up (we were out of ...

Pucallpa

A travel blog entry by andyhill on Sep 25, 2014

... At first it was a little weird walking through an empty hall with many locals having a bloody good look at us. The music they were playing was classic 80s disco tunes and was not our scene at all however it was something new that we had never thought we would do, especially whilst in Pucallpa. Paid for all the rounds, late night dinner. He blamed the need for our excessive spending on him and family because of the two chicas he had ...

Machu Picchu and the Lares Trek

A travel blog entry by alisonhowarth on Sep 20, 2014

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... include nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea and an intense pressurised headache as organs, including the brain, start to swell. There are various treatments to help avoid the symptoms. Amongst the most popular include the prescription drug Diamox, coca leaves (the constituent ingredient for cocaine) and ibuprofen, along with drinking copious amounts of water. Having discounted Diamox for several reasons primarily that the side effects mask both altitude sickness itself as well as ...

Gandalf the grey takes on Salkantay

A travel blog entry by alex.stuart4 on Aug 07, 2014

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... the next few nights. We came across a hostel that had a trip advisor sticker on the front, so we thought ok this must be alright, so we went to have a look at the place. Until we stepped out the back and thought we had actually stepped into a favela. There were stray dogs, hippies, rubbish, a stench that smelt like someone had died, and the rooms looked like a brothel. Needless to say there was a reason that place was only 10 soles a night (equivalent to $3). We ...

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