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Travel Blogs from Cusco
... Machu Picchu actually looked tiny! We of course attempted to get many selfies with the llamas at the ruins, yet unfortunately failed. Ginge and I also wanted to get a notorious topless photo at the ruins, yet they have now banned such debauchery so unfortunately we had to keep our clothes on. As our tour wasn't really extensive enough, we spent the rest of our day wandering around the ruins making up our own explanations of the rooms we found (the disco room, the TV ...
... then headed towards a different market that I had not been to before. On the way we passed a store that had beautiful alpaca items that were a far better quality than those in the markets. My eye was caught by a beautiful poncho, but the price was also higher than those in the markets, so I passed it by. We went to the market and looked around, but all I could think about was the beautiful poncho, so I went back to the store to try it on. Somehow, it was even ...
... able to see Lima from a moving taxi to and from the airport. Needless to say, LAN Airlines won't be top of our list next time we fly in South America!
The flight to Cuzco incurred no problems however and we were in chilly Cusco at 10.30am as scheduled.
What we did
This part of the trip was always going to be all about the Inca Trail. Three nights and four days of hiking through the stunningly beautiful Andean mountains, which ...
The following day, we returned to the high plateau from our hotel near Ollantaytambo for a couple of walks - the town of Maras and a walk through the fields of the plateau to the Moray Terraces.
Maras is a colonial town with evidence of Spanish residences in the classic stone door lintels, engraved with coats of arms and emblems of Catholic orders that proliferated here. The 17th century church was under ...
... of Arequipa with its beautiful White Cathedral and square. To the Volcanoes and sparse desolate landscape of the Colca Canyon with its spectacular condors. To the forgettable city of Puno but the fascinating people who live on the huge lake Titicaca. The great train journey to Cusco a real highlight. Cusco the naval of the inca empire with its rich history and narrow streets, the museums, ruins, churches and temples. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility