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Travel Blogs from Cusco
So now we are at the end of our trip and we saved the best for the last - Cusco and Machu Picchu. What a fantastic end to a wonderful four months in Peru and Bolivia!
We have felt somewhat like yoyos during the past two weeks of travelling. Here are some of the average altitudes for the cities that we were in:
March 16 Sucre, …
Hello everyone/ Hej allihopa
Both of us are now back on track and have settled into the inca capital of Cuzco set in the Andes. But it was quite a ride to get here..
So to start from Arequipa (sandras version). The Canyon del Colca was amazing, and Olis picture choices were not the best.. they do not show by a mile the amazing …
Inevitably, the three day trek to Machu Picchu began early - at
7.30am we were picked up from our hotel in Cusco by a people carrier
loaded with several bicycles on the roof and, once we'd collected the
four others that would be on the trek with us, our driver took us and
our guide, Henry, up to the highest peak to begin the cycle …
A wise blogger once wrote "...packing up for tomorrow's short trip to Copacabana". Surely only a fool would make such a statement whilst travelling in South America?We got to the bus station at 7.30am for the 8 o'clock bus to find that the office was closed. Someone from another office told us to wait and eventually we were shown out to the area …
We all know there are places you would rather be than at work, so we decided to make this blog a little longer than usual to keep you entertained between your early morning coffee and mid-morning break... :-). And if your boss sees you reading this blog, just point at this picture...!
We arrived in Cusco on Tuesday afternoon and were …