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... through the town of Pisac, and started climbing again heading to the Pisac ruins.
Pisac seems like a cute little town. Apparently lots of foreigners come to cusco, love it here, and build houses in Pisac and move there. There's also a really great market here that I thought we were stopping at, but we didn't.
As were heading up to the ruins our guide comes around and collects everyone's botelo touristico. (The passes for the ruins) and if you didn't ...
... other walked for some kilometres until I saw him get into a house.
Reaching the valley, I passed several yoga retreat centres, a little out the center, with mandalas painted on the walls and lots of bouddha statues.
Once in Pisac I enjoyed a light lunch and even more, the possibility to sit for a while! It was a lovely day! I just forgot my sunscreen, so I think I have a little sunburn on my nose ;-)
... several mountains and go up and down the sides, because most people are on time constraints they typically see the first peak. It was crowded and exciting. The atmosphere full of buzz as people wonder at the ruins and listen to their guides. As i walked further and further from the main drag it became more spread out. Until i reached the last peak and was alone. It was an interesting feeling to know that there were hundreds of visitors at the site yet here i was sitting on ...
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 ...
... but still lots of black bogeys by the time you get home, and loads of rubbish outside the centre (where the streets are swept). 2. Stray dogs and their offerings. Having to watch big dogs try to hump very small dogs. 3. The fact that everyone seems to get ill. Two students have gone to hospital this week and Matt, who wasn't ill once in Canada, America or in Peru up until this point, has been ill twice ...