Villa Carmen Lodge

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Trekkin' and Teachin'

A travel blog entry by kewatki2 on Aug 09, 2014

2 comments, 133 photos

Alright, lets get caught up!! Where to begin?! First of all, I saw someone get hit by a car today. She stepped off the median on Avenida Del Sol and got hit pretty hard. Rolled off the hood and into the street. Fortunately, she was still conscious and I didn't see any blood. An ambulance was on its way, but it was pretty dramatic and traumatic at the same time. I've had to become more brave in crossing the street since I've been abroad, but I'm definitely not stepping off ...

Bigger than Grand Canyon!

A travel blog entry by sandrosalathe on Aug 07, 2014

1 photo

Superlatives: Firstly, to reach the canyon we had to cross a 4950 meter high pass. On the way we saw lots of animals like alpacas, lamas and vecunas. yes, we can distinguish them as well ^^. Secondly, the Colca Canyon with it's 3200 meter drop from the highest mountain to the river is going to blow your mind ...

Peruvian Flat

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jul 25, 2014

95 photos

Dennis and I became well-acquainted with the term "Peruvian Flat" during our three-day trek in southern Peru's Colca Canyon, the second deepest canyon in the world at 3,191 meters--more than twice as deep as the Grand Canyon. (The deepest canyon in the world is only 163 meters deeper and neighbors Colca Canyon--Colca Canyon, however, has more infrastructure and is more suitable for hiking.) Peruvians use the term to describe an undulating landscape in which ...

The end of a long and odd day

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jul 25, 2014

Friday July 25th. Today is going to be interesting as we have a number of changes of tfansport to get us through to Peru and it will be along day. We are at the bus terminal early to get breakfast before our 9am bus leaves for Zumba which is supposedly 7 hours away. The bus is woefully slow but soon we realise just how long this ride is going to be when it stops for everyone on the die of the road and packs the bus as it shudders along the road. around 1pm it ...

Q'ewar project

A travel blog entry by saralouisekelly on Jul 05, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

I sewed up the top of her legs and the ladies made her arms and sewed her all together. With help, I sewed in one eye and her mouth. I then chose from an array of beautifully made clothes an outfit to suit her. She needed a name and the ladies pointed out that as my name is a Quechua word..... Meaning corn!....she should have a Quechua name too! I decided upon Chaska which means ...

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