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After a 10 hour bus trip covering about 360 kms we've reached dreamland. 3400m: finally coming down a bit - and it does seem to make a difference (or perhaps we're adjusting at last?)
Cusco means Navel of the World in Inca.
Cusco has 1 million tourists a year and now we are in that count.
Our tour company had booked us on a luxury bus …
crawling with tourists
Today we had it all.
Started by heading out to the craft market. An uphill climb (puffing) along a single lane street where vehicles hold right of way, with a marvellous Inca wall along one side. At every glance there were small shops and narrow alleys …
Well now that I've been home for more than a month, I've decided to put up my pictures from my travels after Venezuela haha.... PERÚ!! This place is seriously amazing so every single person on this earth should really go see it!
Now back to making my scrapbook!!
We arrived at our hostel in Cusco at 5am as people were coming in from their nights out and got put into a damp, smelly basement room. Despite the smell, we were so tired we collapsed into bed and woke up mid morning, heading out to explore the town. Cusco was once the foremost city in the Inca empire and is therefore full of Inca ruins. The …
From Aguas Calientes, we caught the train back to Cusco and returned to our base at the Sol Plaza Inn for one night of rest.
Back in Cuzco, we decided to have a Chifa for tea, which is basically a Chinese. There's over 1 million Chinese people live in Lima alone, and the Chifa restaurants are particularly abundant there.
It had …