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... of bread, pancakes and fresh passion fruit juice picked from the vine right outside of our room. After breakfast, our group was treated with a coffee workshop: we walked around the property to the coffee plants and picked the ripe berries where we learned the history and the importance of the coffee plant to the local people. The next part of the process is peeling and drying the berries, but since we did not have the normal week to wait, ...
The Incas chiseled the stone which resembles perfectly interlocked puzzle pieces constructed so tightly that barely a human hair or a blade of grass can pass between each stone. The construction is so expertly mastered that it has stood the test of time, even enduring massive earthquakes.
We learned all about the structure from Harvey, and then we climbed to the top where we were treated to the most amazing views of the city! It ...
... for experimental agricultural stations, stored seeds, freeze dried foods, and the Inca's worship of Mother Earth.
On our return to Cusco we traveled to Chinchero which is a village high on the mountain at 3700 meters. The farms were lush and everyone in the families were out harvesting small grains and potatoes.
We were back in Cusco at 5:30 pm. Had pizza for dinner and back to the hotel. We leave at 5 am tomorrow for Machu Picchu.
A great ...