Saya Wasi

Address: Kiskapata 1000, Cusco, Peru | Condo
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This condo, located on Kiskapata 1000, Cusco, is near San Blas, Moray, Q'engo, and Red Fortress (Puca Pucara).
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    Travel Blogs from Cusco

    Machu Picchu - Our first major destination.

    A travel blog entry by ecjt on Apr 17, 2015

    7 comments, 21 photos

    Today was the start our journey towards Machu Picchu, via Santiago-Lima-Cusco-Ollantaytambo arriving about 3 pm to to catch the last of the sunlight on our first Inca ruin. For the next three days we used the Sacred Valley to acclimatise to the high altitude, and also a prelude to the main event. There are many remains of the Inca terraces through …

    Getting lose in a town of ancient status.

    A travel blog entry by earthwormjim on Sep 03, 2015

    ... maintain an open mind, less then a handful have shared similar experiences, and a vest majority will place immediate judgement. Immediate judgment due mostly in part you are not yet evolved to the point of being able to shake off this ****** up conditioning force fed by a North American society; desperate on building puppets over personalities. I personally believe that psychedelics are a gateway to a more profound understanding of our existence and have been placed here for a ...

    Colonial Cusco - simply stunning

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 07, 2015

    4 photos

    ... market, we were given an introduction to the local produce that Peru has to offer, including 3000 different varieties of potato - a staple food here in the Andes. We saw chicken feet being boiled up, leathery guinea pig being roasted over hot coals, fish being marinaded for ceviche, frogs leaping over one another in large tanks of water - the gastronomic variety was vast. Our guide stopped at different stalls, each time explaining the medicinal and traditional uses for each ...

    Boys vs. Girls

    A travel blog entry by shelleeh on Aug 05, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... feeling more comfortable daily. The taxi dropped us off at the main office and we met up with our trip advisor. Her name is Yobe and she went to college in the U.S. So she spoke great English. Yobe took us on the public bus today so we could visit the girls orphanage. The girls orphanage was hosting a fun day for the boys orphanage we have been helping at. When we arrived, the boys were happy to see us. The girls were not so sure of who we were. I quickly found two ...

    I Can Salsa, but I Can't Eat it

    A travel blog entry by kaitlin.tulbert on Jul 17, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... I could not see, and all of a sudden there's the ambulance. I guess all doctors travel in ambulances here? I don't know. So I get in the back and I no longer can see the doctor or the driver in front - there was just a very small slit of a window. This was interesting for me - I've never been in an American ambulance. We drove normally - even though I was really sick it wasn't like I was hemorrhaging and fighting for dear life. We got stuck in traffic ...