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Rain, rain, go away, come again some other day

Going to Machu Picchu from Cusco was not as simple as I thought it would be. I knew there was a train going there. And I thought it was leaving directly from Cusco. 520 more words



There’s a small old town hidden in a valley amidst the Andes Mountains in southern Peru called Ollantaytambo.  It is on the train route to Machu Picchu and most people do not stop here, but oh, what a wonderful place it is. 306 more words


Machu Picchu

Returning to Cusco… this time so most og the group can make one of the treks around Machu Picchu. Their are only two of us, myself and Wayne not doing any of the walks. 186 more words

South America

Whiskey On A Sunday - Journey In Peru

He stood in the doorway of the cafe with all all the magnificence of his Inca descent and the radiance of Machu Picchu in his heart. 659 more words


Purify the Voyagers Spirit: Pilgrimage of the Sacred Valley Peru

While returning back in a chauffeur driven car when the Peruvian sun was setting for another good night sleep, I kept on thinking with an exhausted body but an enlivened mind that why Sacred Valley was called so, what was so special about it that it is felt differently by different people? 1,419 more words


Her Name Was 'Smile' - Journey In Peru

‘Where are you going friend?’. These were the words she spoke to me every single day I crossed the bridge from the ‘arty’ side of town. 657 more words


Trekking in the Andes

The drive through the Andes to Cusco continued to be spectacular. We had a few stops along the way, including hanging out with Lama’s and checking out the ruins at Raqchi. 1,741 more words