Hotel Suenos del Inka
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... Inca ruins of Pisqua. Pisqua was a former Inca military base and farming village. They farmed a variety of things like potato, quinoa, and other vegetables. We walked around Pisqua for about 30 minutes before leaving to go to lunch. On our way to lunch, we stopped at a roadside stand and our guide made us all try guinea pig! It's a traditional Peruvian food and they roast the whole thing on a spit and serve it like that. It's a little disturbing but it actually wasn't bad. We ...
... 10 minutes to a small pizzeria with a wood burning oven. It was quite a very unique decor. I didn't order anything too unusual but did try some of Karl and Anu's alpaca. Anu ordered it on pizza and Karl ordered it with rice and veggies. I liked the flavour but found the texture unpleasant. While we dined there was a man who played traditional Peruvian music with a pan flute, guitar and drum. It was fantastic. ...
... of entertainment on the train, including a rather colourful, lion masked man (that made Sally really jump!) and a fashion show of traditional Peruvian clothes!
We arrived back in Cusco at about 7 30, we headed out for a quick dinner and then to bed!
Well, enjoy the pictures!
Tommorow, we have a long train journey to Puno, where we will be visiting Lake Titicaca!
See you then,
... it. The day we've all been waiting for. The only reason why I came to South America. Machu Picchu. Still can't believe that fricken ******** Lares trek didn't even take us here, but where're here now so just relax. 5am wake up to catch a 20 minute bus to the top. As soon as I walked out onto the cliff edge my eyes started to water up, I've never seen anything so spectacular in my life. Besides X factor, this is the next thing that makes me cry. Not sure how Warren (Australia) ...
I took the night bus to cusco from Ica with the group of girls that had formed from Paracas to Huacachina. One or two of whom (myself included) had enjoyed the pisco lesson a bit too much before we left Ica! The journey started out fine though as we had a big supper beforehand which sobered us up. It was hell nonetheless after that though, due to the constant winding mountain roads and quick change in altitude. Before not too ...