Travel Blogs from Maras / Moray, Peru

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Just a marker, Moray, Peru travel blog

Just a marker

A travel blog entry by slowayround

See "Quechua hospitality" Chinchero entry for ...

Maras, Moray and the Salt Mines -Sacred Valley, Moray, Peru travel blog

Maras, Moray and the Salt Mines -Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by journeyer

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The drive to Maras, Moray and the Salt Mines brought into view broad expanses of rolling hills with snow capped mountains in the distance. The fields dressed in their winter brown were feeding grounds for sheep.  It seemed as though we were the only ...

Apr 06, 2011, Moray, Peru travel blog

Apr 06, 2011

A travel blog entry by monikaitomek

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Salt & Inca, Moray, Peru travel blog

Salt & Inca

A travel blog entry by andevs81

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... mined to preserve meat and on mummification. Moving on, we got back on the bus for our final and featured stop. Moray is an archaeological site near Cusco which consists of a number of circular depressions placed within one another, going ...

More ancient sites, Moray, Peru travel blog

More ancient sites

A travel blog entry by premiertravel

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... 't die and were foolish enough to drink alcohol, there are people dressed as clowns who would whip you. We arrived at Moray, an ancient farming laboratory, cheerful and uplifted. And because they didn't kill us yesterday, we all walked, then climbed down ...

Recieving rites at the Moray ruins, Moray, Peru travel blog

Recieving rites at the Moray ruins

A travel blog entry by starseed

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... heading to Brazil. We had such a great time in Peru and were able to perform ceremony at the beautiful and sacred site of Moray and stay at Ollantaytambo before flying out of Cusco to Brazil. Augustine (who is a Q'ero shaman) and his son Santos (who ...

Ride 'em cowboy, Moray, Peru travel blog

Ride 'em cowboy

A travel blog entry by nickdixon

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A reasonable pick up time at 08:00 to drive us to our trusty steeds and head off on horse back to Moray which is often called 'The Inca Greenhouse'. The saddles were a bit uncomfortable and the horses always wanted to try to trot. Not great on the old ...

Alien Greenhouses, Moray, Peru travel blog

Alien Greenhouses

A travel blog entry by aliinperu

... built functioning batteries, I am continually baffled. Where did all this knowledge disappear to?Today I went with my family to Moray, which is basically an ancient greenhouse. It is the place where the ancient Peruvians would grow and breed crops to ...

More terraces that look like Crop Circles, Maras / Moray, Peru travel blog

More terraces that look like Crop Circles

A travel blog entry by catndeano

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Feeling better but not 100% we got up and caught a bus to Maras then a Taxi to Moray. These ruins are walled terraces that from above looked like crop circles surrounded by the most beautiful mountain range with snow caps in the distance. Then we caught ...

Moray, Moray, Peru travel blog

Moray

A travel blog entry by pfiffolter

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Moray ist eine Gartenalage der Inka. Ueber ein konzentrisches Stufensystem wurden verschiedene Mikroklimen erzeugt und somit konnten verschiedene Pflanzenarten angebaut werden. Auch das Bewaesserungssystem war sehr durchdacht und gezielt... einfach ...

Horse ridding on the Inca trails...., Moray, Peru travel blog

Horse ridding on the Inca trails....

A travel blog entry by neil_mel

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... in the middle of a spaghetti western.....it was great.   And so it was with mixed feelings that we arrived in Moray. Sad because we would be saying goodbye to our horses here, but also excited as we were about to see this........... Looking ...

Moray et Maras, vallée sacrée proche de Cusco, Moray, Peru travel blog

Moray et Maras, vallée sacrée proche de Cusco

A travel blog entry by ludoargentina

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Petite escapade dans la vallée sacrée autour de Cusco, Moray et ses terrasses concentriques et Maras et ses terrasses de sel ! ...

Sacred Valley: Sites, Salts, & Steps (Part II), Moray, Peru travel blog

Sacred Valley: Sites, Salts, & Steps (Part II)

A travel blog entry by astrosqueak

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... ;I buy some of each from the tiny gift shop nearby, run by women from the cooperative. Just a short distance away is Moray, which archaeologists believe was a sort of crop laboratory.  Concentric circles of lush green grass flats and stone terracing ...

Sep 16, 2008, Moray, Peru travel blog

Sep 16, 2008

A travel blog entry by worldwildtravel

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