Midori Hotel

Ataud 204, Cusco, Peru | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey


... cooking pots and fire pit, only for Colin to spot a gas burner and oven hidden behind a curtain. We were forced to buy a tapestry from the man's wife which apparently had taken her 3 months to make, even though we had seen the same ones in about a hundred markets (for a fifth of the price) and were probably made in China. And then we later found out, that despite all claiming to live on these islands, everyone packs up at 6pm and gets in the speedboat back to Puno. A truly ...

Trek - Day 2

A travel blog entry by p_p


... on a river side. There was no snow anymore and the weather was quite nice. After lunch, we continued our descent into Queshwarani where our camp site was set up. Again, this little community has no road access but this time, seems to be served by electricity. We saw many locals who were quite shy but always polite and welcoming. They also always tried to sell their handicrafts. We had dinner at our campsite and settled in for the night. The hardest part is ...


A travel blog entry by terryandjackie


... visit to local market
tour of wildlife refuge
BBQ and horse show here at our hotel complex

Getting ****** off with wifi coverage dropping out. This is second effort to draft this blog. wrote a lot more earlier but lost it. Now there are people too see, things to do so will attempt to download some pictures which best display our day.

Lots of Llamas

A travel blog entry by rktravel


... down to an expensive daily rate for unorganized coursework from waaaay far out teachers, so we decided to leave the community and let them journey to other dimensions on their own.

Now, it's important to point out one of the most amazing experiences we did have through our volunteering in the Sacred Valley- heading to the highlands for a day of hiking and exploring the medicinal plant forests. It was a gift from the ...

How the mighty fly...

A travel blog entry by niblet


... use the coca leaves as a way of feeling more energised and suppressing their hunger on long days when there is little time to eat or food is scarce. The leaves tasted bitter and created a slightly green tint over the teeth so after we initially tried the leaves I decided to stick with the coca sweets and toffees which helped me feel much better. Adam tried the coca tea but wasn't too keen on it's bland taste. On route we reached our peak height, over 6000m above sea ...

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This hotel, located on Ataud 204, Cusco, is near Cusco Cathedral, Hiram Bingham Train, Pre-Columbian Art Museum, and Inca Museum.
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