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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Machu Pichu, lost city of the Inkas

A travel blog entry by svaneflight

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... spent the morning in the village before taking a bus to the lunch spot. We had a nice lunch in a small restaurant, where the girls made friends with 3 kittens, before we headed of on a 4 hour long hike along the train tracks to “Aguas Caliente” or “Machu Pichu pueblo” which the town has been renamed, the last stop before Machu Pichu. The train kept passing us along the road and the only warning was when occasionally it would blow the horn. ...

Trekking through Colca Canyon!

A travel blog entry by jdtrip

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... and getting decent enough wifi to upload it all in good time. To give you a sneak preview of what happens next, we'll be heading into Bolivia via Lake Titticaca.

If anyone's mulling over the idea of travelling but is worried about this or that, just DO IT. It's awesome and you won't regret it. When you do finally up sticks and hit the road, it'll feel like half the western world has packed their bags with you, so you'll always be in good company! ...

Peru highlights

A travel blog entry by bteam1

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... found our little clicks and so the day was spent rambing, enjoying each others company, taking in some of the most incredible views ever and speculating about what was to come tomorrow -the infamous Macchu Pichu! It was the perfect way and the perfect day to celebrate BJ's birthday too! To top it off, at dinner that night they surprised us all with a beautiful birthday cake. Well, technically it was BJ's I suppose but we all certainly enjoyed it! Even lactose ...

Boleto Turistico - part 1

A travel blog entry by minicooper

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... stop was Ollantaytambo and the ruins there. I was last in Ollantaytambo just before I started the Inca Trail. It's a beautiful town with narrow, cobbled streets. Last time I walked up the opposite side of the valley to see the ruins, but this time we went inside and walked up to the top to see the temple of the sun. The final stop of the trip was Chinchero, we learnt about dying the wool (again!) and visited the church and ruins of the Incan temple. The church was partly built ...

"Sexy woman"

A travel blog entry by mgr.2013

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... br>
Pachacuteq (9th Inca) had intended this site, together with the rest of Cusco, to form the shape of a puma, the jaw being the zigzag entrance to Saqsaywaman and the head the rest of the site. Today only 20% of the original site is visible. However, as I proceeded I felt a little like a gladiator entering the coliseum; the enormity took my breathe away (what's it going to be like at Machu Pichu?!). I wandered the length of one ...

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This hostel, located on Av. Tullumayo 440, Cusco, is near Moray, Avenida El Sol, Statue of Christ, and Red Fortress (Puca Pucara).
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