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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Crisco to Puno, lake Titikaka.

A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Nov 06, 2014

... but the bus seemed to crawl. We did have our first experience of bus food. Along the way the bus picked up three or four ladies who we've hot and cold food. They climb on board with their bags and their blankets containing a gigantic well wrapped pot. The first was potato with a sort of Yorkshire pud containing a stuffed pepper. It was fiery but very delicious. A couple of hours later another few ladies climbed aboard, this time with roasted 'Lamb'. Again served with potatoes, ...

First Day of Trek

A travel blog entry by richardjward on Sep 25, 2014

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We had an early departure from Cusco with our first stop at the 'sexy woman' ruins. This was an important inca settlement that was the 'head' of the Incan City of cusco. Incan cities were in the shape of a puma with legs, a head etc. the stones used to build the site weighed up to 200 tonnes and were ...

Into Thin Air

A travel blog entry by mikeandharmony on Sep 14, 2014

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... dinner and a stroll through the Plaza de Armas at night before heading back to our room to catch up on the sleep we missed with the overnight flight.

Tuesday was dedicated to only two action items: a four hour ATV ride through the Andes Mountains and preparing for our big hike which started ...

Bye bye Jungle you beautiful thing you!

A travel blog entry by samandkevin on Sep 07, 2014

... of colourful dancers and band some amazing, some.....enthusiasic. It was so much fun to watch. From there we made our way to one of the restaurants recommended by the guide. It was lovely and I ate guinea pig! It was super tasty, so there is a use for guinea pigs after all! They had a tradional peruvian piper and guitar band playing, one of them had the guitar and the other the biggest array of wooden pipes and pan pipes you've ever seen! They were brilliant though ...


A travel blog entry by gr0p3r on Aug 14, 2014

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... with my gear. Better than staying in the other place another night. From the top of the stairs was a great view of the city.

It was easy going down and we raced. Of course I won! The I'm not sure what happened to all the hour in the day, it didn't seem like a full days worth of activities.

At around 5, when the sun starts setting it really chills off fast. It's nice, then all of a sudden you're shivering. It makes early to bed very ...

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