Royal Inn Cusco

28 de Julio , Cusco, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Lares Trek to Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by lauren.guite on Jul 30, 2014

2 comments, 32 photos

... altitude approx 9,500 feet). Along the way, we stopped at the Llama Path house to pick up all of the porters and gear. One of the reasons that we decided to use Llama Path as our tour company is because of their commitment to sustainability, the local community, and fair treatment of the porters. The house is something that they constructed just outside of Cusco so that the porters would have a free place to stay when they are about to go off on treks, since most of them are from ...

Peru

A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy on Jun 13, 2014

19 photos

... my window, she slides over to my side and said, "I need fresh air", I'm thinking, no fresh air over here, mwahaha. Alright. No one told me condors were birds. So pretty much today we're going fricken bird watching. After Amy drank this honey eye drops thing for her throat, these 2 massive killer bees with 2cm long stingers came out of nowhere and were out to kill. You should of seen Amy when the two of them were in her face. She started to scream and cry. It was like she ...

Life Lessons

A travel blog entry by mbourland94 on May 30, 2014

Today we broke away from the routine at Villa Carmen, when two women from the Huacari Tribe came to visit. They were dressed in there ceremonial robes and brought many bracelets and necklaces that they had made themselves to show us. In addition to that, we got to learn a little bit about their culture and ways of living. They told us about how while many of them have moved into Pilcopata and do ...

Salt, Stones and Secrets

A travel blog entry by blake.tom on May 22, 2014

The bus shifted from side to side as it made its way along the long, winding road to Cusco. I was wedged between a cubicle and a flamboyant, multilingual, Peruvian gentleman so even though my seat was reclined to the max, sleep was not easy to come by and I was pretty knackered by the time we arrived into the Inka capital of Peru. We checked into a hostel called Milhouse in the city centre (recommended by a few people in ...

Cold Cusco & the Lares Valley

A travel blog entry by maroline on Apr 10, 2014

1 comment

... site of Pisac, with it's vast and green stepped-terraces, snaking down the mountain side from a rather enormous height. Mountains converging with snow peaks in the distance. Peru has some incredibly amazing landscape. I find myself saying this a lot so it will probably pop up multiple times in my blog. Sorry :) After a rushed hour at the site (and the group wasting precious time at market stalls), we arrive in Ollantaytambo in the late afternoon. It ...

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