- The End of DaysThe End of Days
I didn't intend to write any more blogs but as I started to write this I realised it would be more negative than it should be. Lima, in its defence, was never going to live up to Posted by WelshAndy in A 3 week adventure of 2 Auld ones | Aug 6, 2016
- Finding Beauty in PeruOur time in Peru surprised us. The place is quite developed compared to areas we had visited, has its own cuisine that is different to anything else in the world and the landscape is varied and expansive.
Attractions like Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Aug 5, 2016
- Days 13 to 16Day 13
So today is a day for travel from Copacobana to Cusco. We were up early again having been unable to sleep under the mass of bedding afforded us. We were fed and watered and lined up to get Posted by WelshAndy in A 3 week adventure of 2 Auld ones | Aug 3, 2016
- MEMORIES OF PERU
Here are some of the things that I noted while visiting Peru.
1. Tourism – they have it all figured out. Tourist sites are well equipped. They manage thousands of to Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Jul 25, 2016
- The Lost City of the IncasMachu Picchu is often dubbed the best known archeological site in South America.
Check this out this video on how we came to Machu Picchu via an adventure through Incan Posted by wintermaasz in Sarah and Nathan take on the world | Jul 24, 2016
- Into the Incan WildLast week, we took a 4-day trek through the Andes. On day one, we arrived at the Incan village of Písac just in time to see the sunrise over the Sacred Valley.
The Inca Posted by wintermaasz in Sarah and Nathan take on the world | Jul 23, 2016
- Rainbow MountainRainbow Mountain is located southeast of Cusco, in the heart of the Andes.
It's official name is Vinicunca, and the mountain is a more mysterious adventure destination, Posted by wintermaasz in Sarah and Nathan take on the world | Jul 22, 2016
- LimaLima doesn't have a great reputation with travelers but I've always rather liked the place. It's big, gritty, dangerous in some areas, but with a pleasant and charming old center.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/95021/FDEE9458ACAF8C2ABAE2EC472A0A Posted by paulymx in Paul & Shelly's World Tour 2016 | Jul 22, 2016
- Arequipa Ten years ago Arequipa was the lifesaving destination of our Peruvian trip. The combination of altitude and cold in Cusco had given me a case of bronchitis that got worse and worse the further we travelled. By the time we Posted by paulymx in Paul & Shelly's World Tour 2016 | Jul 22, 2016
- The Incan Capital of CuzcoCusco was the capital of the Incan Empire until the Spanish conquest in the 16th century.
Located in Southeastern Peru, we arrived to Cusco via a gorgeous rid Posted by wintermaasz in Sarah and Nathan take on the world | Jul 21, 2016
- The Inca Trail MarathonI said my goodbyes to the family at the plaza in Ollantaytambo and Ben and I joined the other runners on the bus headed for the start of the Inca Trial. I'm not sure if what I was feeling Posted by Watson5 in Watson Family Travels | Jul 17, 2016
- LIVING INSIDE A NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE
This has been a very Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Jul 15, 2016
- A VERY FLUFFY ALPACA AND A ROUND OF OXYGEN FOR THE TEAM
I am writing a very short note to say that we are safely in Puno.
We took a 10 hour tourist bus today from Cusco to Peru. This ride included 5 stops along the way to Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Jul 13, 2016
- LLAMA DRAMA
There are few words and no pictures that can really capture what we saw today. Bu Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Jul 13, 2016
- SO, DID YOU EAT YOUR PET GUINEA PIG WHEN IT GOT OLD?
I am writing from Agua Caliente, the town that is the base for visiting Machu Picchu. It is a bit of dumpy little town but I am sure it exists simply to serve the ruins. It do Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Jul 11, 2016
- The Inca TrailWe left the hotel at Ollantaytambo at 8am and drove to km 82 where the checkpoint for the start of the Inca trail. The real trail actually begins in Cusco, but the tourist tour at 82km into the trail. We Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Jul 11, 2016
- CUSCO BY DAY AND A VIST TO SONCO WASI
We have had a wonderful day in Cusco. I am going to try and write little because it is late and we have an early rise tomorrow. The wifi has not been great either so it takes Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Jul 11, 2016
- Escuela ArequipeñaArequipa is Peru's second largest city, with a population of just under a million. The city is framed by 3 volcanoes: Misti, Chachani, and PichuPichu.
The city center is a UNESCO worl Posted by wintermaasz in Sarah and Nathan take on the world | Jul 10, 2016
- WE CAN BREATHEOur first view of Cusco
We left our lodge by boat at 8:30am and headed back to Maldonada where we stopped to visit a lovely butterfly farm. We were at the airport in ple Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Jul 10, 2016
- TWO DAYS IN THE AMAZON JUNGLE
Our journey to the Inkaterra Haceienda Conception Lodge in the Amazon Jungle begin with an early rise for the airport. We were surprised that our journey was as long as it was Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Jul 8, 2016
- Mirador Mountaintop
Colca Canyon was carved by the Colca River, located 100 miles northwest of Peru's second largest city, Arequipa.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/807690 Posted by wintermaasz in Sarah and Nathan take on the world | Jul 8, 2016
- Chapter 6: PeruThe 19 hour bus ride from Mancora to Lima wasn't half as bad as it sounds. Two meals, super comfy reclining seats and an endless stream of Adam Sandler films dubbed in Spanish, what more could you want? So when Posted by Daniel.J.B in Another travel blog | Jul 8, 2016
- By Plane and By Pony The city of Nazca is on the Southern coast of Peru. The city is named for an ancient culture that flourished in the region between 100 BC and 800 AD. These people are responsible for creating the Nazca Lines, a Posted by wintermaasz in Sarah and Nathan take on the world | Jul 7, 2016
- Start of the TrekOn Monday we decided to do another free walking tour this time with the same company that we had gone with in Arequipa. The tour started with tasting alpaca and then we climb a number of stairs (small training for Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Jul 6, 2016
- The National Drink of Peru!Pisco is a city located in the Ica Region of Peru. Pisco is also the name of Peru's national spirit.
While we have taken full advantage of many opportunities to taste this clear brand Posted by wintermaasz in Sarah and Nathan take on the world | Jul 6, 2016