Travel Blogs from Pisac, Peru

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Peru live - 1. Tag, Parara, Peru travel blog

Peru live - 1. Tag

A travel blog entry by teresitaykusito

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... 'tung konnten wir unsere Wanderung in die Umgebung von Urcos und Cusco doch noch antreten. Wir wollten nicht nur das touristische Peru mit Machu Picchu kennen lernen, sondern auch das "echte und ursprüngliche". So wanderten wir 4 Stunden wir auf kleinen ...

To Pisac and Goodbye to a new friend, Pisac, Peru travel blog

To Pisac and Goodbye to a new friend

A travel blog entry by kupdegra

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... Museo Palacio Municipal, Museo de Sittio Qoricancha Sacsayhuaman, Q'enqo, Puca Pucara, Tambo Machay, Pikillacta Tipon, Ollantaytambo ruins, Pisac Ruins and Chinchero ruins. Purchase the ticket at: Casa Garcilaso, corner of Garcilaso and Heladeros, Tel. ...

Cuzco, Cuzco, Peru travel blog

Cuzco

A travel blog entry by roel

Cuzco, ...

Lost in the hills..., Pisac, Peru travel blog

Lost in the hills...

A travel blog entry by rtcolling

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Today we got the bus (ad it was a bus) to Pisaq, a local town only an hour away with a market and ruins. It was the bus of death as it swept around the cliff edge corners. When we arrived we started the trek up the mountain to the ruins. However the ...

Day 4: Pisac, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Day 4: Pisac

A travel blog entry by erinbutler

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Sacsayhuaman en Pisac, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Sacsayhuaman en Pisac

A travel blog entry by tjarlie

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... dan vrijdag. De andere ruïnes hebben we overgeslagen dit keer, omdat die toch wel een stuk minder waren. Onderweg naar Pisac zijn we nog gestopt op een marktje, waar we weer een paar souveniertjes hebben gescoord. Ook hebben de mannen een cowboyhoed ...

Pisac Sunday market + Quechuan church, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Pisac Sunday market + Quechuan church

A travel blog entry by walkerandsarah

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... a brief period of time before heading to the market. After a one hour shopping spree, we faced a tremendous traffic jam when leaving Pisac due to a parade celebrating the Corpus Christi holiday. The guide and Walker ran to the front of the parade and were ...

Fabelhaftes Machu Picchu., Cuzco, Peru travel blog

Fabelhaftes Machu Picchu.

A travel blog entry by smellymelly100

... denn der Motor war kaputt. In Deutschland kein Problem, es wird einfach telefoniert und im Handumdrehen ist ein neuer Bus da. In Peru laeuft das etwas anders. Mitten in der Nacht im Nirgendwo, es war stockfinster, mussten wir warten, bis ein Auto wieder ...

Inca ruins galore, Cusco and Machu Picchu, Peru travel blog

Inca ruins galore

A travel blog entry by wardonkey

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After almost losing Kirsty on the bus to Cusco from Puno as she wouldn't go to the toilet on the side of the road like everyone else (!), had a great time relaxing and seeing the Inca ruins. Machu Picchu really was incredible, especially for anyone with ...

The one and only..., Maccu Picchu, Peru travel blog

The one and only...

A travel blog entry by dappledlight

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after yet another endless night of heartfelt puking, i managed to get up at 5 and take the early bus to see the ever so talked about ruins of machu picchu with josh. the morning seemed long and surreal...watching, half-consciously, the mist drift over ...

Save the drama for the llamas..., Pisac, Peru travel blog

Save the drama for the llamas...

A travel blog entry by lwalker89

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... over a month and we have seen so much. We bought the Billeto Touristico to kick start our touring, the first stop was the Pisac ruins and market which were absolutely stunning. The ruins were extremely high up and on the hike we Learnt a valuable lesson, ...

Sacred Valley, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by jam10

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We were picked up early from our hostel and then hooshed onto a different mini-bus which was to be the English speaking tour.  Our guide was great and very enthusiastic and knowledgeable of this area.  As we drove out of Cuzco we ...

White water rafting, day 1, Urcos, Peru travel blog

White water rafting, day 1

A travel blog entry by bethany

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James Lock's day :) Today marked conquered fear number 3, and the second day of my adventurous weekend... I went white water rafting in the Sacred Valley. The only way my petrified little mind could cope with the fact that possible death was ...

Machu Picchu, Andes Mountains, Peru travel blog

Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by gillymags

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Cusco, 8 days in, Peru travel blog

Cusco

A travel blog entry by peteanddee

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... our Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu tour for the next two days. The Sacred Valley tour involved going to see Pisac Markets, Pisac ruins and Ollantaytambo. The Pisac markets were absolutely wonderful. We saw the local baker cooking a variety of things in ...

Pottering in Pisac, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Pottering in Pisac

A travel blog entry by mandp

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... ass when I nearly sat on a woman knitting an alpaca sweater. She looked like she knew how to inflict damage. The road to Pisac is steep & mountainous with drops of 500 metres to the valley floor. exciting is not the word! Pisac itself is a ...

Mountains, mountains and a few more mountains!, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Mountains, mountains and a few more mountains!

A travel blog entry by cetanner

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... the ruins and the big market that is every sunday. We got a bus that was so packed you could hardly move! We got to pisac and started of up the mountain to the ruins. We followed the guidebook for 30mins, got completely lost, went back and started again. ...

Pisac (Pee-Sack) is Pi-Sick!, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Pisac (Pee-Sack) is Pi-Sick!

A travel blog entry by waller073

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... (with dead bodies in tow) to bury their fallen comrades (see the pic labelled Inca burial sites).      Pisac's famed artisans' and antiques market draws many hundreds of shoppers on Sunday morning in high season, when it is without a ...

Another town, another ruin, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Another town, another ruin

A travel blog entry by mlc

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... to the ruins happily enough. The ruins Access to the ruins is, for walkers, by a steep climb up through terraces. Pisac is thought to have been a major fortification which would explain the location (except that almost all Inca sites are built on ...

Sacsayhuaman et Pisac, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Sacsayhuaman et Pisac

A travel blog entry by imuppet

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... de leur habitation.  Il ne reste maintenant que les plus grosses pierres, notamment ceux de la palissade principale. Pisac Après environ heure d´autobus au travers des paysages majestueux de la vallée sacrée, nous arrivons à Pisac, ...

Our Life in Ruins, Cuzco, Peru travel blog

Our Life in Ruins

A travel blog entry by jen_and_andre

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... the goodbyes can be sad. We hopped on a bus (after some significant searching for the bus station) to Chinchero, which, like Pisac, also has a Sunday market and ruins. We arrived and walked around the market, bought some food for lunch and admired the ...

Happy feet, Ausangate, Peru travel blog

Happy feet

A travel blog entry by bethany

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Mum and Dad's day :) After 6 hours solid walking, my poor little footsies were feeling a little worse for wear. Cue the appearance of a lovely little naturally occuring hot spring. We seated our bottoms on the peaty ground and dipped our weary feet ...

Cuzco and Machu Pichu, Cuzco, Peru travel blog

Cuzco and Machu Pichu

A travel blog entry by abbien

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Hello Gorgous People!!!! How are you all? I am great, I have just finished the four day Inca Trail to Machu Pichu (The Lost City of the Inca´s). It was amazing, seriously so enchanting! I feel really strange now, its been such a big hype and its ...

Vegetarianism in Peru, Tinki, Peru travel blog

Vegetarianism in Peru

A travel blog entry by bethany

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George Verney's day :) Having lived in Peru for 2 1/2 months now, I have become accustomed to being served up 'vegetarian' chicken sandwhiches, ham pasties and turkey soup. (Obviously, I didn't eat any of the above, but that's not the point.) Today, ...

A day trip to Pisac, Pisac, Peru travel blog

A day trip to Pisac

A travel blog entry by lucieinsa

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... story so I´ll split in into parts. It began with a trip to Pisac to see the ruins and have a wander around the Sunday market. Pisac is a small town right on the river, a 32 km drive from Cusco. The main form of public transport here is a collectivo - ...

Week in Taray, Taray, Peru travel blog

Week in Taray

A travel blog entry by courtenay

... stores where I could buy what I needed (really just water, candy, and some beer). For anything else we had to go into Pisac, a 30 minute walk (which explains the limited email contact I had that week!). Other than the stores, the town has houses, a ...

Pisac: The Sacred Valley of the Incas, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Pisac: The Sacred Valley of the Incas

A travel blog entry by globetrekker

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Sunday, October 5, 2008 Pisac, Peru The Sacred Valley of The Incas Today was the first day to explore the environs outside Cusco, my first step into the historical world of the Incas. My group and I departed promptly at 9AM ...

Through the Sacred Valley, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Through the Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by excitethesoul

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... 've paid more attention to my Spanish classes in high school. The plan was to take a tourist bus that would whisk us through Pisac, Calca, Urubamba, and drop us off at Ollantaytambo (try saying that last city name five times fast...  you'll hurt ...

UNhappy feet, Ausangate, Peru travel blog

UNhappy feet

A travel blog entry by bethany

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... . (At least we knew it was too cold for anything nasty to survive!) Perhaps one of my most memorable moments of this trip to Peru, was everyone looking bemused and gobsmacked, when I promptly hoiked up my jeans and waded in, boots et al. The ...

Well earned rest!, Ausangate/ Cusco, Peru travel blog

Well earned rest!

A travel blog entry by bethany

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Dad's day :) Happy Father's day!!!! Having been the only girl to do the entire trek on foot, (the others resorted to horses when the going got particularly tough... had it not been for my fear of horses - lessened, but still strong - and my incredibly ...

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