Hotel Munay Wasi

Address: Av Tullumayo 418, Cusco, Peru | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av Tullumayo 418, Cusco, is near Moray, Red Fortress (Puca Pucara), Avenida El Sol, and Cusco Regional History Museum (Museo Historico Regional del Cusco).
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    Travel Blogs from Cusco

    Day 8

    A travel blog entry by makena on Aug 05, 2015

    15 photos

    It's crazy that today is our 8th day of our adventure. This morning we woke up at 8 and got ready for the day! We had our usual breakfast and then headed to Maximo. Today, the boys' orphanage volunteers (the three of us and a large Canadian English teacher) would head over to the girls orphanage about 10 minutes away(by bus). The girls orphanage had a playground, a volleyball net, a basketball hoop, and some teeter totters! Today was a ...

    Truths

    A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jul 16, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    We've spent the last couple of days moving through the Sacred Valley toward Machu Pichu, learning about the history of the Inca from various guides who sometimes have conflicting information. We’re left not knowing what is the "truth", and what is just a good story. Maybe a bit of both.

    I love that.

    The first thing we learned from Manuel, our guide on our ten-hour bus tour, is that Peru’s Sacred Valley is called the Sacred ...

    Cusco - Part 2

    A travel blog entry by cfilmer on Jun 12, 2015

    22 photos

    ... such as the condor, puma, rainbow, lightening, are still inside. It was also covered in gold (which the Spanish then reused in their churches). The Incas were smarty pants. When Cusco had its last earthquake in the 1950s many of the Spanish buildings fell down but the Incas ones remained as they had built their walls to be earthquake proof including all of these chambers. The way the stones are cut and the fact they sit on gravel foundation (think ball bearings) meant they ...

    Visiting the Sacred Valley

    A travel blog entry by jtbruns on Jun 10, 2015

    27 photos

    ... was unusual and we are always grateful for each of these experiences. Along the way we found out that they both speak Spanish, but Quechua is their first language and they also both spoke a bit of English. He was eager to tell us some of the Andean myths and beliefs of the Quechua people.

    After taking another look at the Pisac market, we made a much safer ride back in a full size bus. It was a longer ride but was interesting as ...

    Day 109

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on May 21, 2015

    ... soapy massage or anything like that so you can forget that notion straightaway. For $10 we were massaged from head to toe and while it wasn't amazing it wasn't the worst massage I've ever had. Every few minutes the masseuses would start giggling and whispering furiously to one another. I can only assume that either Gilly or Sheeno were getting a bit excited but I cant confirm anything. When we got back to the hostel we had been joined in our dorm by a German ...