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Leaving Cusco

Posted by admin On June - 30 - 2009

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Farm fair in Cusco

Posted by admin On June - 30 - 2009

Magnificent Machu Picchu!

Posted by admin On June - 29 - 2009

The ruins of Machupicchu

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Cheeky monkey!!! – Day No4

Posted by admin On June - 28 - 2009

Leaving the mountains – Day No3

Posted by admin On June - 27 - 2009

Reaching the top (4600m) – Day No2

Posted by admin On June - 26 - 2009

Starting the Salkantay hike

Posted by admin On June - 25 - 2009

Inti Raymi 2009 – The inca festival of the sun

Posted by admin On June - 24 - 2009

The Inti Raymi is the Inca fest for the sun. It is celebrated once a year and probably the most colorful event you can imagine… So wonderful. People from all around Peru come in their different costumes which represent their heritage. People dance and laugh – the streets of Cusco are loaded. But everybody is so friendly. People from all over the world arrive to see the big spectacle. The local Peruvians trained their dances for the big event months in advance.
I thought it is easy just going there since I was already there. But then I had to hear that the entry was about $US 80-100 and the tickets anyway sold out. I was a bit upset but then I got help from above. My two Mexican friends Ana and Andres (the twins) actually got an offer to get exactly three tickets for free. A Russian got them in their hotel and they ask how he got them. In that moment he responded that they can have these tickets! How happy I was about that and that they ask me to join them. We sat in the first row and could take lots of photos. It was amazing. At the surrounding hills they were thousands of people to see the ceremony from far away. I will never forget that. What and amazing day!

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Arrived in Cusco

Posted by admin On June - 23 - 2009

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