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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Peru - Cusco Day 4

A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Feb 04, 2015

2 comments, 8 photos

... in the afternoon. Our shift is 3-6 so we walked home, stopped at a shop to try on some fleece jackets (it's colder here than we expected!) and then home for dinner. We got to FaceTime with John, Candice, Brooke and Sam tonight as its Brooke's birthday today! She opened our presents while we chatted so that was fun. It's crazy how we're so far apart but can still chat and be in contact. I haven't asked if we can take photos with the boys so only photos of art today. Stay ...

It's dualism, Paddy!

A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jan 28, 2015

37 photos

... was. We had a suite – a large entry hall, followed by a sitting room, then the bedroom and finally a bathroom twice the size of anything we have at home. We had lunch there (ceviche for Sandy and mashed potatoes stuffed with meat for Jim), and rested a bit waiting for 2 pm when our afternoon tour would start.

We began with a tour of the city – the Cathedral on the Plaza de Armas first, and then Santo Domingo, a Dominican church and convent ...

Christmas in cusco

A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Dec 24, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... excitedly through the cobblestone roads. A large white Christ statue overlooks the city from the surrounding mountains. I went to church one morning just to see what it was like, wow, it is a televised church service and quite the show. There was a procession of 25 priest type people, a huge choir and a ton of people. At the door they hand out a program and a signed photograph of the main priest delivering the sermon. Its quite the ordeal and fascinating to ...

Wow......The Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by milskii on Nov 24, 2014

37 photos

... and of course then the weather started to clear up. Bit of a shame but still a phenomenal experience, it was so very special and I'm so pleased I got to do the experience, I feel very privileged. I would highly recommend it to anyone. We then jumped on this cute scenic train back to Ollyotombu to get a bus back to Cusco. This post has taken a bit longer to post than normal as I had just been so lethargic and coldy when I got to Lima and then busy with travelling to Iguassu ...

Abancay to curahuasi

A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Oct 22, 2014

... for a report. Now later than planned we made off for what we had hoped to be the last leg of the journey, with the knowledge that we would have to put I at a small local hostel on the way. Now we have started to enter the real tourist region. We hit Curahuasi just as darkness is falling. We find a good hostel for only 80 soles for two rooms, but again there are lots of stairs. The MT is tucked safely up in the back yard, next to the ...

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