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Cusco, nearing the Sacred Valley...

A travel blog entry by andresturner on Sep 28, 2013

We arrived in Cusco, and planned to meet back up with our friends Mark and Carlie, who are traveling by motorcycle. They told us of a hostel in Cusco for fairly cheap.
We spent 2 nights at "Estrellita" hostel, not far from the Plaza de Armas, or center of town.
Cusco is a beautiful city. While coming in, from atop the mountain, you get an …

Rain rain go away

A travel blog entry by jordansgo


... was great. We were taken by boat to the local farm/allotment/plantation. Every adult in the community is given land to use for growing food for themselves or to sell at Market. We saw avocado trees,orange,mandarin, large fruit like lemons, sugar cane, root ginger, citronella,lemon grass, Bananas,pineapple,star fruit, ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... it – it was spitting and very windy. Will be little chance of seeing the full moon tonight - a temazcal (steam bath) might be just the thing!

The ruins were OK, some terracing and niches and massive hewn blocks that came from a quarry more than 6km away across the river– they apparently moved the blocks to beside the river, then diverted it round the back of them – guess they hadn’t built a bridge by then or it ...

Sunburn, kiddies and BINGO!

A travel blog entry by hannahbaynham


Hello again from a now cloudy and rainy Cusco! The last couple of days have provided a bit to talk about so I thought I would pipe up on here again! Yesterday was super chilled - I visited the orphanage where I am now working and finally saw the end of my awful altitude related headaches which I couldn't be more thankful for! (Mata de coca really does seem to be an immense cure!) An Italian friend and I went for ...

Day 1: 9km, 4:26, climbed 300m

A travel blog entry by karinakr


... living by selling the singel bottle of water or toilet paper. They dont speak a word of English and best of all their life is surrounded by gigantuous mountains and serenity.
Hiking along we were encircles by the greenest hills that evolved into lavish mountains as far as the eye could see. On them lived lamas, cows, alpacas, chickens, and dogs. Crisp air and a perfect mixture of sun and wind allowed for an introduction to the hike that would ...

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