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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Macchu Man

A travel blog entry by liamkirby on Oct 07, 2014

5 photos

... a tortoise in coitus. If you ain't seen that **** step your youtube game up.

Early next morning we took an all day bus to Huacachina via the Nasca Lines. This was significant as for the first time in a month, bar our little foray into the Amazon, we were back at sea level. We gulped the air like a bottle of Cristal and admired the rolling cliffs of the Peruvian coastline. Over the next 3 days we progressed to Lima a town at a time, getting around sandboarding, dune buggying, ...

Pucallpa

A travel blog entry by andyhill on Sep 25, 2014

... he invited us back to his house and his partner prepared us a tasty lunch of fish, rice and beans while we played footy in his outside courtyard, smoked and drank beer. Post football kick around I has filthy feet so he offered me somewhere to clean them. Little did I know that the big bucket of water I was going to dip my feet in was in fact a bucket full of all their clean drinking water. Luckily Erie saved me just before it was ...

First Day in Cusco

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Sep 01, 2014

2 photos

Hatun Quilla hostel included a simple breakfast with bread rolls and ham, juice, coffee and honey puffs cereal. It wasn't a huge amount but it was enough to get us started.

It was a bit of a chore day today and it started with laundry. We both had pretty much ran out of clean clothes to ...

Conquering the Inka Trail

A travel blog entry by nicolar on Jul 25, 2014

4 comments, 11 photos

... round the world but it was fun nonetheless. After finishing the hike we had a quick look at Macchu Pichu and headed for a hot shower in the nearby town of Aguas Calientes. The next day we headed back up the mountain, this time by bus, for a guided tour of the iconic site which was really enjoyable, and in the afternoon returned to Cusco by train and bus. We will now spend a couple more days in Cusco, doing some shopping and relaxing and return home next ...

We emerge from the jungle

A travel blog entry by nicolar on Jul 14, 2014

4 photos

... And if you're wondering why we have red face paint in the shot of the group, it's because Hugo found a plant that when you rub it, and add water it makes red paint!

After returning to the lodge for lunch we headed off again to a local farm that supplies the lodge with much of its fresh produce. Most of it was tropical fruit like pineapples, star fruit, grenadine, paw paw and bananas, plus root veges like casava. They also keep pigs and chooks on the farm. It was interesting ...

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