Villa Carmen Lodge

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On The Road to Pisaq

A travel blog entry by kittyw on Sep 09, 2015

The first two were okay; the third had narrow openings through caves. Our favorite was Sexy Woman; it probably covers 20 acres of hills living accommodation play areas and lots of steps to a spectacular view of Cusco. We walked and climbed miles. The last site ended close to our b&b; we came out the wrong exit and had to walk down a steep road with no pedestrian sidewalk!

In the afternoon we headed downtown ...

The Islands of Titicaka

A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Sep 08, 2015

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Tuesday 8th September

Having arrived on dusk yesterday, we all enjoyed the stunning view of Lake Titicaka from our breakfast restaurant on the 10th floor of the hotel. The sun streamed in and we were all excited about our trip out to the islands on the lake. A short bus trip took us to the port where we purchased some presents, mostly food staples ...

Bus trip from Cuzco to Puno

A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Sep 07, 2015

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Monday 7th September

Yet another early start. We piled on our bus with all our luggage to be transported to a bus station to take a large tourist bus to Puno. We shared the bus with other tourists and had a hostess and guide on board. The hostess provided some drinks but unfortunately no pisco sours! Our first stop was not far out of Cuzco at a town ...

Day 27: A Taste of Lima

A travel blog entry by gregros on Aug 23, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

This morning Greg and I got schooled in Peruvian cooking Lima style. We were picked up from our hotel and taken to a local food market. As it was a Sunday, the market was quieter than normal and a few stalls were closed. We saw fruit and vegetables unlike anything available in the UK including cinnamon sticks at least a meter in length. We also saw butchers' stalls selling such varied products as tripe, tongue and sweetbreads. We then headed to a sea ...

Santiago to Melbourne

A travel blog entry by trudie.hunter on Aug 17, 2015

2 comments, 4 photos

July 5 After checking out of our hotel at 10 am we took a taxi bus to Juliaca where we caught our flight to Santiago. We were supposed to have a transfer to the hotel but there was no taxi driver to meet us.We went to a taxi counter and booked a taxi into the city. After a half hour drive we arrived at our hotel.It was a lovely little boutique hotel.It was quite rainy ...

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