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Travel Blogs from Cusco
... of the altitude sickness that would surely ensue. They told me that they were surprised that we didn't have maids in the States, as it was common for middle to upper income families to have multiple maids. They personally had one for cleaning and one for cooking. That was interesting to me. Anyways, I boarded the plane, conked out, and woke up in Lima with only an hour to go through customs, re-check in, go through security again, and find my gate. It was super ...
... my fair share of in Inca history I picked up my bags and walked three hours down the island which was quite tough as it was steep at parts and I had my bags but it was worth it for the incredible scenery and the hostel I found on the village. It stood on top of the ridge overlooking beautiful bays on both sides and I got my first room to myself in my whole trip as I was the only person staying three aside from a Peruvian couple who I only saw once. The next day I headed into ...
Up at 6:30 for breakfast and left about 7:15 to begin the last day. Was a 15 km trek for the day to Machu Picchu and we aught bus down and stayed in hostel in Machu Picchu. Hot shower was the best! Mario got everything free for the night and was having a few darts. We went to ...
... 12th of may and today is already the 26th of april and there are about 4-5 stops between puerto maldonado and guayaquil from where the galapagos-flight goes, so I would either have to take the flight from puerto maldonado for 160 dollar or travel really fast through the whole peru by bus. There is another option to go to the jungle: Flight from Lima to Iquitos and back is about 150 dollars. Maybe I am gonna do that then.
... Decided to get
some decent independent advice from South American Explorers – everyone here is
constantly trying to sell you something!
Bit of a climb through scenic San Blas but worth it for
great info and a guidebook exchange too.
Back for coca tea and tons of internet research – need to
make a plan more than a day ahead which goes against my inclinations but can’t
risk not getting in Machu Picchu or on, in the case of the train!