Travel Blogs from Pisac, Peru

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Ayacucho ... a cultural experience, Ayacuchuo, Peru travel blog

Ayacucho ... a cultural experience

A travel blog entry by kianj

I went back to Daniellas hometown and had dinner with her family ....of course they didnt have a word of english and my spanish isnt so great either! It was a good way to understand Peruivan culture and experience local and traditional peruivan food! I ...

Pissup!, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Pissup!

A travel blog entry by veromarcos

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... , empty cocount shells...etc, etc). It was colourful, but more expensive than La Paz for the same stuff. The town of Pisac is colonial Spanish by the way, and what a wonderful place to walk around. So as mentioned yesterday, the Conquistadores did ...

Pisac the hard way, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Pisac the hard way

A travel blog entry by candcthai

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The last time we visited Pisac was during an epic, whistle stop tour of the Sacred Valley by taxi. This time we jumped on a collectivo and 40 minutes and 3 soles later we were the town famous for two things, its Sunday market and its iconic ruins. Today ...

Building a greenhouse, Lucre, Peru travel blog

Building a greenhouse

A travel blog entry by suze.lance

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Today for the first time we put proper clean clothes on. I was so excited I was jumping around like a kid on christmas day. We then went out to an orphanage in a tiny little town called Lucre, where we helped to make a green house. Yep my only pair of ...

Sacred Valley, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by courtenay

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... blue. The mountains are gorgeous. I could see the little road we had driven along carved into the mountain...pretty scary!! The town of Pisac is pretty small. One main square (the Plaza de Armas, of course. All of the towns of a Plaza de Armas) with ...

marche de pisac, Cusco-Pisac, Peru travel blog

marche de pisac

A travel blog entry by pepsouille

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lever tranquillou, pour chab ce sera un peu + tard quelle nous rejoindra, direction pisac en collectivos, ruines superbes, jolie vue, redescente au village par petit chemin, on cherche alors a manger ptit repas sympa ds un cadre magnifique "le blue lama, ...

Day trip to Pisac, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Day trip to Pisac

A travel blog entry by dissipatedfog

I took a bus from Cusco to Pisac, to visit the Pisac Market. It was a huge! I found several gifts there. A backgammon set with condors and llamas for playing pieces, a sample pack of different grains and corn and a poncho for myself. As I was ...

The Inca Trail, Cuzco, Peru travel blog

The Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by eknoll

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... bed.  We had to prepare for our bus trip to Puno the next day.  Puno would be our last destination in Peru before crossing over into Bolivia. Goodnight....hopefully we can actually get out of bed tomorrow, we are feeling the stiffness set in ...

Cuzco or Qosq'o (in Quecha)- elevation 3326 m, Cuzco, Peru travel blog

Cuzco or Qosq'o (in Quecha)- elevation 3326 m

A travel blog entry by eknoll

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Today we did our city tour of Cuzco which included visiting the Cathedral in Plaza De Armas, Qorikancha in Plaza Santo Domingo, Saqsaywaman ruins, Puca Pucara ruins, Tambo Machay ruins and Qīenqo ruins. Cuzco is the main tourist hub for doing ...

Travelling to Pisac, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Travelling to Pisac

A travel blog entry by peru2006

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... at a little farm on the way to Pisac. We also visited the sun temple at Pisac and toured around for an hour or so before heading to the famous Pisac markets. The girls did lots more shopping here before heading to our hotel (with jacuzzi) for the ...

Cuzco, Cuzco, Peru travel blog

Cuzco

A travel blog entry by incrediblelife

Cuzco ...

Inca Trail, Manchupicchu, Peru travel blog

Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by mfabrizi

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... makes contact where other people have been sitting. Decided Id be less fussy in future especially since I was heading towards Bolivia after Peru. Day Four Rudely early start. Outside was pitch black and cold. Didn't want to get up. Luckily the tent ...

Inka-Ruinen um Cusco, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Inka-Ruinen um Cusco

A travel blog entry by sonjamargarethe

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... " um, und bat mich um Essen. Ulrike und ich machten uns dann auf, um den Berg vorm Sonnenuntergang bis nach Pisac abzusteigen; ganz schoen steil und ganz schoen weit. Das Gestein zuckte und machte ein Geraeusch wie die sich bewegenden Eisplatten eines ...

Pisac, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Pisac

A travel blog entry by dhruve_anjli

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... above the modern day market of Pisac. The Pisac ruins are the largest that we had come across in Peru, an obviously important fortress. Pisac is perhaps the most famous for it's sweeping agricultural terracing enveloping the mountain in it's huge ...

Cuzco, Cuzco, Peru travel blog

Cuzco

A travel blog entry by jgomes

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Arrived by bus in Cuzco and taken to our hostel which is up the hill fprom the road. The airīs pretty thin and the walk (about 5 ins) was a real killer, felt like i couldnīt breathe. the view from the hostel is amazing though. The weather is pretty ...

Valle Sagrado and the Pisac markets, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Valle Sagrado and the Pisac markets

A travel blog entry by ivealis

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Machu Picchu, Aguas Caliente, Peru travel blog

Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by alibongo

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Our first adventure into the Sacred Valley..., Pisac, Peru travel blog

Our first adventure into the Sacred Valley...

A travel blog entry by acordes

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... 't felt adventurous enough yet to try it, but weīre toughening up our stomachs to try it next week. When we arrived at Pisac (or Pisaq), we were amazed at the remaining Inca terraces that were still built into the side of the mountains.  Our tour ...

Inca ruins, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Inca ruins

A travel blog entry by riege

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... were on their way on the 3-day Inca trail to Machu Picchu, we did a tour of the sacred valley. Our start was in Pisac where are some Inca ruins on top of a hill at the entrance to the valley. There are many agricultural terraces on the hillside and ...

pisac? but of course, Pisac, Peru travel blog

pisac? but of course

A travel blog entry by koyaya

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אחד מאתרי ההריסות שמוכרים לך בחינם, אחרי ...

A life in ruins, Cuzco, Peru travel blog

A life in ruins

A travel blog entry by ktsmith

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... way to see it. When I put my pics up I will explain about each ruin a bit more there. Sunday is market day in Pisac, a neighbouring town about an hour's bus ride from Cuzco, and there are also some great Inca ruins there too. So I compromised between ...

Pisac, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Pisac

A travel blog entry by stubo

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To get to Pisac we had to catch 2 COmbis but it was pretty easy. We planed to see some ruins there but we were completly exhausted and all ruined out so we saw the market which Sarah has been fantasising about (I thought it was rubish), there were loads ...

Lots of terracing, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Lots of terracing

A travel blog entry by slowayround

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... is less than 100 km. When we entered the ruins, we asked and were told that we could camp there. The caretaker told us Pisac is larger than Machu Picchu in size (but not density). There are a few small Inca villages scattered around the hilltop with ...

A day trip to Pisac, Pisac, Peru travel blog

A day trip to Pisac

A travel blog entry by kendranaaron

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One of our in-and-around-Cusco outings was a day trip to Pisaq -- nearby Incan ruins.  We decided, as part of our training for the Inca Trail,  weīd scale the tallest looking hill and create our own adventure.  We donīt actually have a ...

Exploaring the magic of Ayahuasca, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Exploaring the magic of Ayahuasca

A travel blog entry by swedishvagabond

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... several other rooms with space for workshops and healing sessions. All with a stunning view of the Sacred Valley majestic mountains and the Pisac ruins. People come from all corners of the world to Paz y Luz to find peace and attend a workshop as well as ...

Attack of the Cacti, Taray, Peru travel blog

Attack of the Cacti

A travel blog entry by courtenay

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... before and wanted to continue hiking beyond the waterfall. It was an amazing hike. One of the first things Iīve done in Peru where I havenīt run into a single other tourist. Actually, I think we only ran into two other people during the entire 4 hour ...

Pisac and the Dilemma of Picture Taking, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Pisac and the Dilemma of Picture Taking

A travel blog entry by carlaandmike

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... ; share your thoughts! Anyway, after we finished gorging ourselves we were ready to get some exercise.  Above the town of Pisac is an Inca Citadel, built on a plateau high up on the mountain overlooking the valley.  All around the mountains are ...

Sunday, March 2, Pisac, Peru travel blog

Sunday, March 2

A travel blog entry by rkcarney

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... over 100 different varieties of potatoes, and they pick the best ones to use for the next season's crops. Afterwards we traveled to Pisac, and hiked to see some very secluded Inca ruins. I love adventures like this so I was really excited. Once again, ...

Cuzco and The Sacred Valley, Cuzco, Peru travel blog

Cuzco and The Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by chris_lynz

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... in Peru, we were soon amongst a market and in the valley there is no larger market than the carnival atmosphere enjoyed at Pisac. The most encouraging aspect of this market throws the tourist crafts in with the everyday trading of the local people. This ...

El Aņo Nuevo, Cuzco, Peru travel blog

El Aņo Nuevo

A travel blog entry by gulimero

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... das ganze geht zu fuss, denn bekanntlich gilt ja "no pain, no gain"!   was ist passiert im guten alten peru? nichts besonderes hab mir ein mopped fuer ein tag gemietet und es waere fast ein rechtsstreit mit dem vermieter ausgebrochen! ;-) ...

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