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Travel Blogs from Cusco

New Years Eve

A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Dec 31, 2014

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... waiting for dinner. We sat with Jessie (another girl from our group who was from New Zealand) and two girls from South Africa who we kept bumping into along the way. After dinner we all got a few drinks in and watched as Roy our guide got more and more drunk. He had told us that tomorrow we need to make sure were up at 5am and ready to walk as breakfast was at the top and we all knew he ...


A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Dec 07, 2014

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... cute with cobble stone alleys, tiled roofs, plazas, churches and markets.

We went and sorted out our Machu Pichu tour, which we opted to do the Jungle Trek. So instead of just trekking we also do mountain biking and zip lining. It will be 4 days and 3 nights, costing $275USD each.

We went to Jacks Café for lunch (highly recommend) to get our proper coffee fix and ...

Hunting for cuy (Guinea pig)

A travel blog entry by banksy_j7 on Nov 04, 2014

... it was so worth it. It was a restaurant with a stage at the front with performances going on for the duration of us being there. Authentic dancing from various regions of peru, dressed in peruvian clothing, it was amazing. We ordered a large 700ml beer each for £2 (which got us tipsy due to the altitude), and then it was decision time with our food. We all chose guinea pig. And what came out was amazing....a full ...

4th and final day, The Amazing Machu Pichu!!

A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Nov 02, 2014

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... We met with our group at 6 to find some dinner and hung out there until we needed to go to the train. We boarded at 9.25pm and everyone in the carriage feel straight to sleep. We were the only 4 still awake and were served a hot drink and biscuits or a muffin. Finally after the train we arrived in Orriabamba? At 11.40pm and walked to our hostel for a much needed shower and bed! All in all, a fabulous day much better than we could have expected! ...

Macchu Man

A travel blog entry by liamkirby on Oct 07, 2014

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... from the exhausting days and nights prior. Before parting on our Sunday evening bus we were sure to sample the local delicacies of Alpaca and Guinea Pig, and Pom Tom and I visited the Sacsayhuaman ruins on the hill overlooking the town. An outrageous 140 soles (about $50 USD) is charged for entry to the site, we made our disgust as plain as Prince William's personality. This must be rather common, as the guard quickly glanced over his shoulder and ushered us around the path and through ...

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