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Not expensive, very nice employees, very good information for sightseeing tours, very nice ambience ... very recomendable!
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... attached to a villager's hut and then attempted to sleep. It was so SO SO cold, I shivered the entire night and woke up to a sheet of ice that had formed on the outside of my tent. I couldn't bring myself to take off any of my 5 layers the next morning, so I slowly had to strip them off as we hiked for 8 hours on Saturday to our next camping site. None of the sites were actual camping grounds, just "backyards" of villagers that our guide somehow knew. The trek was empty ...
... put on a lovely display of theatrics with dives and temper tantrums and the works. We also ordered some chips and guacamole as we were starving by this stage. We finished up the game then strolled back to the hotel to grab our bags and a taxi. We then spent the next hour in a cab to the airport to catch our flight to Juliaca. When we got to the airport, we hastily dropped off our bags then ran around trying to find a TV streaming ...
... seemed to involve people setting off fire crackers at random times of the day and night - basically...1am...3.23am..6.42am...you name it. When you first arrive and don't know what's going on you think you've walked into the middle of a war zone or a city with serious gang gun fights. Luckily it's actually just a fiesta! Cusco itself is a fantastic city. It was once the most important city in the Inca Empire. In modern times it's the launching pad for Machu Picchu ...