Posts filed under: Peru

  • Cuzco, Peru
A former centre of Peru and the most important city, Cuzco nowedays is mostly visited by tourists whose  final destination is Machu Picchu. And it is ok. I think however, the rush and emotions caused by the urge to see the famous lost city stop some of us from discovering...
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  • Machu Picchu, Peru
Tips to get best Machu Picchu experience When to go? Machu Picchu is a popular destination all year around. However, most people go there during dry season to assure the good weather. It is between May and October. The time around Christmas is also very popular. I would advise you...
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  • Machu Picchu, Peru
Going to Machu Picchu has been my dream for many years. The trip there has been long. After 10 hours on an overnight bus from Antofagasta in Chile to the border with Peru, we had to take a taxi to cross the border (around $4) from Arica to the first...
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  • Arequipa, Peru
Arequipa- the White City After many hours of traveling by buses from Chile, after long queue at the border with Peru we arrived to Tacna, the first place after crossing the border. With a little stop we took another bus that would take us straight to Arequipa, the second largest...
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  • Peru, food
Peru and the food “First we eat, then we do everything else.” -M.F.K. Fisher Well, actually there’s many reason why you should visit Peru, greatly desired Machu Picchu amongst many, but if you are a hopeless foodie, this one and only reason might be convincing enough: FOOD. When you think...
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  • Machu Picchu
The postcard presented today is from me to All of you. There is something special about that photo, I think, although quite misterious. It has been taken on a very unwelcoming early morning on my way to Machu Picchu. At this point I was probably saying to myself ‘not far,...
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