Incama Hostel Cusco
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... well as natural islands. It sits at 4,000 m above sea level and is fresh water. The legend of how such a large body of water got created at this altitude is that people had been forbidden to go up the mountain but got lured up there by an evil spirit. The mountain God got super angry and unleashed Pumas on the people. Inti, the sun god, saw people and Pumas fighting and started to cry which formed the lake. Titicaca in Quechua means grey puma. The other theory is it has ...
... chill out/calm down), there are a lot of ingredients missing before that becomes cocaine.
Moving on. Cusco is a really nice city and is incredibly touristic because it is a jumping-off point for the incredible ancient city, Machu Picchu. Within the city there are beautiful plazas, viewpoints and museums, like most cities. You can't miss the Plaza de Armas (Peru is real original when naming their plazas.... AKA they are all called Plaza ...
... is these layers of squares and they fill these squares with water and as the water evaporates it pulls the salt out of the earth which is like a red clay. We were able to walk all along the top of the mine and check it out. Was so cool. After the salt mines we visited the Pisac Market. It was a huge market for tourists but also attached was a local food market so that was neat to see. We made a few purchases, trying to only get a few things at each market. Mario walked ...
... name) where we spent a night, and caught the 10:00 colectivo that would drop us at Santa Teresa for a 30 minute lunch 5 hours later, and then at Hidroeléctrica, where we would hike for 3 hours along the train tracks up to Aguas Calientes, the village below Macchu Picchu that only came into existence as a stepping stone to the World Heritage Site. Most things are overpriced and accommodation is very basic. We bought our ticket and spent the ...
... Temple of the Sun when the Conquistadors destroyed the Incan Empire. That processional included large numbers of women and men of different sacred orders, policemen, army units, firemen—they had a Good Friday float on a fire truck—a band, and lots of banners in the processional. I had to leave before it concluded to go to Seder.
This second processional was on a side street off of the Plaza de Armas, less formal, but it also attracted a big ...