Melissa Wasi

Sector Matara s/n, Pisac, Sacred Valley, Peru | B&B
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This B&B, located on Sector Matara s/n, Pisac, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Pisac

    Pisac, Sacred Valley, Peru

    A travel blog entry by trishandleanne on Aug 03, 2014

    34 photos

    The sunday market at Pisac is renowned as one of the best in Peru as all of the local people come down from the mountains for miles around to sell their handicrafts and to buy and sell their vegetables. The ladies look spectacular in their native dress to attend the mass at the church and then do their weekly shop at the market. There are stalls full of various handicrafts made from alpaca wool and silver. ...

    July 25 - Arrival in Cusco

    A travel blog entry by kerrycball on Jul 31, 2014

    ... we arrived in Cusco, we met our g adventures guide Johann. He grew up in Cusco and had a degree in tourism from the university there. In Lima and again in Cusco, we received any warnings about the altitude and were instructed to drink lots of water. The elevation in Cusco was about 11,000 feet. At the hotel during our brief orientation meeting, we we're given coca tea made with coca leaves that is a popular substance among Peruvians and ...

    Winding Down

    A travel blog entry by mbourland94 on Jun 11, 2014

    ... but I held on for my life. Once we were back floating on the current and I was soaked in cold water, I felt truly alive. It was one of the best first time experiences that I've ever had, and I hope that I have the opportunity to do it again some time soon. An excellent way to finish the trip, and there are even a few more sites to see before I return. As it comes to a close, I can all ready say that it's been a trip well ...

    Macchu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by rohanfariss on May 15, 2014

    ... It is hard to describe its magnificence and pictures just cannot do it justice. A nearby mountain peak towers over the site to make it such a spectacular scene. We were very fortunate not to have any low lying clouds that could inhibit views and could see all of the mountain range all the way to the river winding below. If there is one thing that trumps the amazement you feel when seeing this ancient wonder of the world it is learning about how the Incas created it. Using ...

    Machu pitchu

    A travel blog entry by weebles on Apr 22, 2014

    12 photos

    Exhausted after the trek and from staying in a hostel where people never seem to need to sleep, we set off on our longest bus journey to date. One bus for 8 hours, an 8 hour wait, then a 22 hour bus to reach one of Peru's largest colonial cities, Cusco. The road is one if the most twisty and turny yet and the second bus nearly finishes me off as I am sick through the night. We are spat out in Cusco and meet up with Andi again who we plan to get to ...