Villa Carmen Lodge

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Are we there yet?!

A travel blog entry by palice on Jul 29, 2015

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Belated Happy Birthday Alison! Hope you had a great day!

With a 2:45 wake up it was the earliest morning we´d had so far while in Peru. We managed to sleep a little on the bus, but arrived for breakfast at around 6:30 in Chivay - a small town within the Colca Canyon region. Not the most impressive breakfast by a long way, but what do you expect when it is free?!

After another hour we headed to Colca ...

Peru in a nut shell

A travel blog entry by mariekell on Jul 27, 2015

1. Everyone is at least an hour late for everything!!! Its very annoying! Colombians were only a few minutes late, whereas the Peruivans were at least an hour late.
2. Really cold here in the evenings but sunny during the day.
3. They think that Sugar puffs are granola.
4. People not as friendly as the Colombians.
5. Cusco and Arequipa are lovely cities.
6. Service in restaurants, hostels ...

Travelling for cheaters!

A travel blog entry by toby.lane on Jun 29, 2015

... it is a luxury hotel which Fred and I thought was rather disrespectful as it belittled and played no attention to the horrendous past of this evil establishment. After the house we headed to Paracus. This is a sea side town with lots of activities!! Peru Hop gets you some discounts so we were staying in a three star hotel for hostel prices. That afternoon we went quadbiking for an hour. Not surprising for those who know me well! We both hung at the ...

Sacred Valley and the Road to Macchu Picchu

A travel blog entry by karenmaker on Jun 28, 2015

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The day has arrived for our overnight journey to Machu Picchu. We have packed our small overnight bags, leaving the rest of our luggage behind at the Eco Inn in Cusco. Now at 7:30 in the morning we have taken off in our small bus while Alvaro narrates the journey ahead. As we head towards an even higher elevation in the Andes mountain range it is easy to understand why the Inca conceived of these mountains as deities of great power, worshipped them ...

Eye of the Puma: Sacsayhuaman and Q'ENQO

A travel blog entry by karenmaker on Jun 26, 2015

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Today we boarded the van and drove a kilometer up the mountaintop of Cusco to the archeological site of Sacsayhuaman, the head or eye of the Puma, a fortress site where the Inca retreated and during a six-month-long siege, rolled immense boulders down into the city as it was occupied by the Spanish.

Immediately we are struck by the vast expanse of the space and how the enormous Cyclopean ...

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