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Travel Blogs from Cusco
... the trail, and then when Del got to camp and flaked out, they would get to work putting up tents and making dinner etc. He said the group tipped them well and at the end of the trail gave the porters everything from hiking boots, jackets and sweaters right down to hiking socks....and a man utd shirt....which the porters really appreciated.
That evening Del turned up at the hotel. I had been told that the plans had changed and they would be camping, however I was delighted ...
... my pack for me which made things slightly easier. We were hiking for about 4 hours. As soon as the sund started to set, it got really cold. But I hardly noticed it as I was just trying to figure out how I was going to make it to camp. We settled for the night in this "town" surrounded by mountains. It was beautiful, but hard to take in the scenery as I was exhausted and cold (my sweat-soaked shirts were now cold and clammy.) I changed quickly ...
... flying in Colca Canyon
-Walked 40 minutes along edge of Colca Canyon
*Saw Peruvian Hummingbirds (very large)
-Stopped in Maca (small town)
*WORST Bathroom in Peru
*Took picture w/baby llama. It ...
... are in ornate Inca style costumes, doing traditional Inca dances, telling a story which I'm thinking might have been some part of the Inca Empires history. While up at Starbucks watching the festival from the 2nd story, we started chatting with a young guy and gal...she was from .quebec and her journey was about to end. Don't know where the guy was from...our Quebec friend shared some interesting stories of ...
... climb the hillside to cart down buckets of water. (Why they haven't thought of piping it down the hill is beyond us...)
For dinner we were served traditional Peruvian soup... broth with potatoes, quinoa, cilantro, and a few other foreign ingredients. Appetizers included cancha, a homemade Andean version of corn nuts; and choclo (a large Peruvian corn variety from the Andes) with cheese. After dinner over a dozen children from the village came to visit our group ...