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Travel Blogs from Cusco
Afterwards, we did one of our favorite things – visit the local market of Cusco. There were lots of colorful and interesting things to see.
... guess which one.
His point was that mother earth was our god and we had a choice on how to choose our path to death. You could go with the few or the many..
I really like beto. He was patient with my Spanish and spoke softly to me. It was a conversation where I felt I was actively participating in the conversation in spanish instead of being talked at in spanish. After our conversation ended we hugged it out and I carried on my way back home, but I ...
... The white walls and terracotta roofs of San Blas. - Living opposite a vegan restaurant, and 5 minutes from a vegetarian one - At least 3 corner shops on every street, plus people selling drinks, chocolate, crisps from trays dotted between these - San Jeronimo market Things I won't miss: - Being stared at for being a gringa - Being charged more for being a gringa - Condensed milk in my coffee - Running the risk of seeing severed cows heads everytime I walk through a ...
... course we had to change rooms, so Peri packed up everything and organised the new room and Aaron crawled to our new room. He then slept the rest of the day until the afternoon when we had a meeting with our guide about the jungle tour the next day. We went through the root we would be taking and met the other couple who would be with us. They were a quiet couple from the Netherlands...we had not much in common. We packed our backpacks and put our big bags in ...
... involved a lot of climbing up and down steps, again, they are uneven steps, some higher than your knee, I don't know how the much smaller Incas managed. Juan gave us a fascinating tour and very cleverly took us round the opposite way to most of the other guides to avoid people. It wasn't until about 11am when we headed towards the bridge that we got involved with the crowds, bit dodgy on all those steps. We have been so lucky with ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting