Los Alamos Cusco Apart Hotel

Ricardo Palma , Cusco, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Peru day 1

A travel blog entry by rnathan90


... or anything you can get your hands on fight as well as a parade. The 11 of us took a taxi to a small town outside of Cusco where we heard a big celebration was going on. Once we got there the group of us were immediately target among the kids and adults. Everyone seems to enjoy soaking and squirting foam at white people. It was so much fun as we bought foam cans and joined the fight squirting everyone I could directly in the face ...

Hello Cusco!

A travel blog entry by hannahbaynham


... all, like me - travelling alone... So that's comforting! Have made some friends who are French and don't speak much English so we find it easiest to speak in Spanish which is a huge plus! Crazy how quickly it's coming back to me! Had a tour of Cusco this afternoon and was lovely to get my bearings in a whole new world, and nice to explore as well! You can't walk 5 steps ...

Sexy woman and Cusco

A travel blog entry by michellerod


... on what they called a mattress but what I would equate more to a piece of plywood on top of springs. I barely slept the whole night until I found everything soft in our room and put that between me and the mattress. We were debating if we needed to move hostels or ask for another room when I noticed the room next to us was left open because it was being cleaned. We quickly went into pirate mode as we switched out their mattress with ours. It was pretty funny as we had ...

Day 67 - Machu Picchu day 1, biking & rafting

A travel blog entry by kittysheeran


Day 1 of Machu Picchu. We climb up the mountain roads in our minivan full of our group and stop at approx.3000m! It would've been higher but due to fog we had to continue driving down the other side for a little to go beneath the clouds. It's a grey, drizzly, windy and a bit chilly day. Chris and I don our newly purchased waterproof trousers along with our waterproof coats, adjust our seats and off we go! First thing I ...

Quaking at the knees

A travel blog entry by mgr.2013


... 8217;d had browse around the market and then we made our way to Ollantaytambo. I did then ruins again, this time with walking poles and it was so much easier - perhaps the Inca trail wouldn’t be so bad after all. We were driven to the guesthouse where I shared a dormitory with 2 other girls and a bathroom with several others! We had a last minute shop for coca leaves and coca sweets, water and loo roll and finished up at the living heart café where I ...


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