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A travel blog entry by makena on Aug 06, 2015

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This morning we woke up at 8 and got ready, had breakfast, and then left four the orphanage. I woke up feeling pretty sick this morning, my eyes and nose were crusty and my throat hurt. However, we still went to the orphanage. As soon as we got their the boys were so happy to see us! They grabbed our hands, tackled us, and gave us huge hugs! They seemed a bit tired today! So Madyson played some jacks, I helped a few boys with their homework, and mom played hangman with boys who ...


A travel blog entry by pfln on Jul 16, 2015

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... of the courtyard, where nowadays the Temple of St. Dominic is standing. On the other sides of the courtyard were the temple dedicated to the moon (KIlla), the Sun's wife; the temple of the planet Venus ... and the stars ...; that of the thunder and lightning; that of the rainbow and the chamber of the high priest....

"The Indian author Juan de Santa Cruz Pachacuti affirms that the main deity venerated at Qorikancha was the ...

Pride of Place

A travel blog entry by karenmaker on Jun 29, 2015

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... Incan time as a form of text, with a sophisticated assembly of knots and strings. The alpalca are paraded on the streets for photo opportunities (at a cost) and run as herds as they graze among the sacred stone temples at Sasychwaman.

Over our five days in Peru we visit several high-end stores, including a silver jewelry warehouse where the owner is also a revered Medicine Man and Shaman, and an ...

Lake Titikaka

A travel blog entry by cfilmer on Jun 12, 2015

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... litres of water and more of the coca tea, the very legal tea as they keep stressing.... We had dinner with a guy, Ronan, from Britain we had met on our bus down who was traveling by himself. He was a very lovely guy and told us about a full moon party he had been to where he had taken ayahuasca. Ayahuasca is a mixture of jungle vines used by shamans. It is entirely legal and has a hallucinogenic effect which starts by making you throw up (you are given a bucket for this ...

Royal Temple and Last Fight for Freedom

A travel blog entry by samcohon on Apr 05, 2015

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... clearly made to the highest standards. There are ceremonial pools and baths, and an irrigation system to fill them with rushing water from the rivers. My only morning here I literally could see dawn brighten the surface of the Temple of the Sun from my guesthouse window, a rare treat. It is easy to see how the sun illuminates the temple at sunrise, and how the Inca king, the son of the sun, would find it a perfect place to accept the life-giving ...

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