HI Maison de la Jeunesse
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... li>Lunch stop off - avoiding the 28 soles buffet we were shepherded towards (it looked good, but I just wasn’t hat hungry) we found a tiny cafe and grabbed a hamburger and drink for 8 soles.
- Mirador de Los Andes which is at 4,910 meters above sea level and looks out across several mountains and volcanoes
- a view point of wild lamas
... cake and said happy birthday to Vicki - belated cake. We wandered around the market looking for the stuffed potato but couldn't find anything there. We did see a lady selling stuffed peppers in the main square so we headed back there to find her. The stuffed peppers were delicious and she gave us some mini baked potatoes as well. A huge baring of 1 sol equal to about 75c. The final of the World Cup was coming up so we decided to find a bar to watch it in. It was a ...
... spots. The views off this are amazing. We pass Qonchamarka nearby on our way to lunch. After lunch there was another site Phuyupatamarka. A set of growing terraces. From here we're left to do the rest of the trek to camp by ourselves. Just have a time we have to be at camp so that we can go see Mini Machu Picchu site. Myself & Sutti head off together. We took our time and went for the long route to camp as it took us right into a amazing set of growing terraces at the ...
... our first encounter with the mysterious stone masonry of this surprising race of Quechuas, erroneously referred to as "Incas". We learned that the Inca was, in fact, the ruler of the people. The race over which he ruled was the Quechua people, still speakers of the most common indigenous tongue in South America - Quechua.
From Sacsayhuaman, we continued into the Sacred Valley, stopping at a cameloid center to learn ...