- The Lares Trek to Machu PichuFinally we were starting our adventure to Machu Pichu. The 5 day trip would take us on a visit to the sacred valley, trekking through the Lares Valley and Machu Pichu. This was the only thing we organised before we Posted by awowchuk in Brazil to Belize and adventure inbetween | Aug 17, 2013
- CuscoWe arrived into Cusco early after our night bus and caught a taxi straight to our hostel. We knew we had a few days to kill because we'd been unable to move our trek to Machu Pichu forward, so we Posted by awowchuk in Brazil to Belize and adventure inbetween | Aug 16, 2013
- Arequipa and the Colca CanyonWe were finally in Peru!!! After 3 weeks in Bolivia we were ready for a change and thus we happily spent all day on the bus from Copacabana and over the border to Puno and then onto Arequipa. Arequipa is Posted by awowchuk in Brazil to Belize and adventure inbetween | Aug 16, 2013
- Colca CanyonThursday 15th August
Today we got up at 2.45am ready for our excursion to Colca Canyon at 3.
The bus took about 3 hours to get to the canyon and was freezing cold, particularly the higher we climbed. Arequipa is at Posted by Roaming Rolts in Two Rolts, Two Continents, Two Rucksacks | Aug 15, 2013
- Arequipa! Arequipa!We arrived in Arequipa shortly after 7 am having just spent 9 and a half hours on the night bus. Despite sitting in front of the toilets, the journey was not as bad as we'd imagined as fortunately the toilets Posted by Roaming Rolts in Two Rolts, Two Continents, Two Rucksacks | Aug 13, 2013
- Huacachina and Nasca LinesToday was supposed to be a relaxing day, chilling by the pool and the lagoon; however it appears Chris and I do not know how to relax. We started off well, having a picnic by the hotel pool, but Posted by Roaming Rolts in Two Rolts, Two Continents, Two Rucksacks | Aug 12, 2013
- Las bodégasSaturday 10th August
Today we actually took it fairly easy. We took a taxi to the pisco vineyards just outside Ica. The first vineyard, el Catador, is a small old fashioned vineyard which continues to use more traditional methods to produce Posted by Roaming Rolts in Two Rolts, Two Continents, Two Rucksacks | Aug 10, 2013
- Las Islas ¨Ballestas aka Poor Man´s GalapagosFriday 9th August
Just for Chris' Mum, today's bus did not look too rickety. We set off just before 7 and arrived at Paracas national park shortly after 8. We took a speedboat across to the islands, which as the sun Posted by Roaming Rolts in Two Rolts, Two Continents, Two Rucksacks | Aug 10, 2013
- IcaThursday 8th August
Last night we went to the magical fountain show, which was a park containing approximately ten fountains which were each lit up in a slightly different way. We paid S4 each (a whole pound!) to go to the Posted by Roaming Rolts in Two Rolts, Two Continents, Two Rucksacks | Aug 9, 2013
- Lima and Miraflores
Our flight landed a little before 5am and we were out of the airport and on the road to Miraflores within the hour. We arrived at our hostel shortly after 6am and were incredibly pleased when the man said our Posted by Roaming Rolts in Two Rolts, Two Continents, Two Rucksacks | Aug 7, 2013
- Cusco, the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu Plaza de Armas, Cusco
Cuzco restaurant menu
It's so squishy!
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- Mancora y Huan ChacoHi there everyone,
I am currently here in Huan Chaco, on the coast of Peru where I am having a great time staying at a hostal that cost less than $4 a night. This town has like everything. Pretty girls, Posted by martinmorlot in One student losing himself in Ecuador | Aug 2, 2013
- The Andes and crossing the peruvian BorderHi there everyone,
Sorry for not making an entry for a very long time, the time I have been having has just been so good, I have been unable to find a break to sit down and write this for you Posted by martinmorlot in One student losing himself in Ecuador | Jul 28, 2013
- Our Puerto Maldonado HostelWe ended up staying longer than planned because of the local baby howler monkeys...
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- Lima and the Peruvian Jungle Lima Coastline
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- Journey 8LIMA
Lima is the second town in the world build on top on a desert. It was really foggy and wintery when I get there but still the ocean was beautiful.
I pass by El salto Posted by bubbles89 in Por fin lleguaste | Jul 15, 2013
- Journey 7This city is really touristic! I staying on the top of San Blas, nice part of the town up the hill. I am staying in a yoga and alternative way of healing house, people are quiet interesting. Remind me Posted by bubbles89 in Por fin lleguaste | Jul 12, 2013
- Journey 6This town is lovely, surrended by 3 volcanos.
The first day, I end up going to a project, in the poor area in the uper side of town, to give english class t Posted by bubbles89 in Por fin lleguaste | Jul 10, 2013
- Peru – A trail of Inca ruins, some sand and a lot of cevicheIt only took a short 15 minutes from Copacabana to cross the border into Peru. Then a short 6 hour bus journey to reach our fly-by destination of Puno. Nonetheless, we arrived around midnight and headed straight to Posted by moseyingmizuiks in Morning Coffee | Jun 15, 2013
- Experiencing the high life on Lake TiticacaLake Titicaca - breathtaking, fun to say, steeped in history and deeply interesting. The world’s biggest lake at high altitude quickly found its way into our hearts. Sitting at 3800 metres and straddling both Peru and Bolivia, Titicaca is on Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Jun 14, 2013
- Mancora Maaaan!Mancora is a touristy surfer town on the coast of northern Peru. Its a very chilled out place and has some good restaurants so we ate very well here. Unfortunately the weather wasn't great but Joe still managed to get Posted by Ninirock in Nini and Emma Take on South America | Jun 11, 2013
- Moon worshippers of TrujilloWe arrived in Huanchaco in the early hours of the morning. Luckily the hostel let us check in straight away so we could have a little sleep before starting the day. We went to 3 pre-inca ruins. The first was Posted by Ninirock in Nini and Emma Take on South America | Jun 11, 2013
- High Up Again in HuarazHuaraz is a town in the Peruvian Andes near the Cordillera Blanca and Negra mountain ranges. We did a bike ride that started off between the two ranges. It was very pretty cycling downhill passed farms and people that obviously Posted by Ninirock in Nini and Emma Take on South America | Jun 11, 2013
- Lima LimaWe got the local bus to Lima from Pisco (just north of Paracas). It took about 4 hours, we left so early that we got to the hostel before lunch. We stayed in a part of Lima called Miraflores. It's Posted by Ninirock in Nini and Emma Take on South America | Jun 11, 2013
- Peru's Poor Man's Galapagos, Islas BallestasWe left the oasis of Huacachina for the sea. We got a minibus to Paracas and got a boat tour to see the Islas Ballestas. We saw so many birds on and around the islands. There were hundreds of birds, Posted by Ninirock in Nini and Emma Take on South America | Jun 11, 2013