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... boys armed with water balloons, she found some herself and ran through the town square tossing and dodging balloons, gaining laughter from onlookers.
We also found extremely cheap and delicious food in Pisac. They had these lunch stands with senoras who would cook a plate of arroz, papas fritas, y milanesa de pollo for 4 soles, which is equivalent to about a dollar and thirty-three cents. And it was delicious and homemade. There was also a ...
... br> It is a lovely walk. I reach some ruins, a former village, built in these classical Inca stones that fit so well one could not get a needle in between, and I wonder why they would want to live here so high and remote? To escape the Spanish conquistadores?
After regular little stops and about 1:30 hr, I finally reach the plateau where the more famous ruins are, and all the tourists. Grrr. Still I visit ...
Another morning of bread, jam and a very relaxed morning. Today we wanted to see a bit more of Cusco, as despite being here a fair while now we hadn't really seen many of the towns sites. We went in the free walking tour from the main square in Cusco. This started off slightly boring. Fair play to the guide as she was dipping in and out of English and Spanish very fast, yet so fast it was hard to tell when she ...
... sacred valley. I left the next morning, crayon Map in hand and ready to explore the Inca ruins. I spent three days going from town to town, ruin to ruin and lake to lake. Some sights were packed full of tour buses with tons of people out doing my entire three day route in one day. It was pretty cool to ride up on my terms and explore the ruins at my own pace. There were definitely a few jealous faces. Other ruins were deserted and marked only with broken down signs ...
And he said unto them, Behold, where ye are entered into the city, there shall a man meet you, bearing a pitcher of water; follow him into the house where he entereth in. - Luke 22:10
Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God. Nicodemus saith unto him, How can a man be born when he is old? can he enter the ...