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I flew into Juliaca airport from Cordoba via Lima - nearly a 24 hour journey as I had to get a bus from Rosario to Cordoba and then I had a 7 hour lay over in Cordoba airport until my flight to Lima. Juliaca is a horrible town and thankfully we only passed through on route from the airport to Puno. Juliaca airport is a small one baggage belt …
... stay away from this traditional Peruvian food knowing that we would be putting ourselves at risk of getting sick.
Our last stop for the day before dinner was our pre-trek talk with our trekking company. We leave at 5:30 tomorrow morning and will arrive at Machu Picchu on Monday. We ate one last dinner in Cusco – Jack's, a nice restaurant that serves American food. It was delicious and now we are ready for our ...
Weather fine, temperature 18 to -2 degrees
3,300 metres above sea level
When we started this morning at 9am it had warmed up a little we just needed a jumper.
The first place was Convent of Santa Domingo which is across the road from the hotel, how is that for close.
Next on the city walk was the local markets which was very interesting. These are open ...
... walls and housing that look like they were built yesterday they’re still so well preserved. Windows into an ancient civilised world you can still see through.
Neat, I mean really neat. Perfect stonemasonry and geometry to die for. Everything in line. Angles all adding up to the sun, moon and stars. Astronomy and mathematics.
Organised, tidy, unbelievable.
We walked up the mountain ...
... dressed in the traditional dress! Becky, our local lady, was surprised by Rhiannon's and Anna's slender frames and didn't really know how the skirts would fit the girls! I was dressed in a fetching pink skirt and yellow jacket. Nannon was given a rather attractive long bobble hat, really quite suited her! After this, I went on a local boat, it looked like a Viking ship, again made out of the local reeds, we went "downtown". Downtown consisted of a small bar, a viewing point and ...