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Pisac in the Sacred Valley Peru

Peru: Pisac in the Sacred Valley

Once we had toured Cusco we knew we had to see more of the area. SAS tours offered a Sacred Valley tour so we jumped at the chance.  Písac was the first stop of the tour. Sacred Valley We got up early on our third day and set off for the Urubamba Valley along the […]

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Peru: Cusco for a Day

On our first full day, we spent it with easy touring around Cusco taking photos and acclimatizing to the altitude.  We stayed in and around the historical section a few blocks from our hotel but there was lots to see and do.  Did you know they have a Chocolate museum? The first stop was the Plaza de

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Machu Picchu: Me and My Guide

My hardest day Machu Picchu and an interview with the best Guide who got me through it. There I was at 4 am still dark heading up the mountain to Machu Picchu. Above the clouds waiting for the sun to come up in front of me and the only other person was my husband quietly

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Looking down on clouds

Flying to Peru: Planes, Planes and more planes.

In 2013 we were flying to Peru with the intention of blogging and and sharing our experience. In looking back on our blog I noticed that we didn’t do many posts about Peru or Machu Picchu. Michelle has mentioned it a few times but there is no real content of what we did.  I guess

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Hamilton

Visiting a Floating city and I hate boats!

Visiting a floating city requires me to get on a boat, not sure about that. I should clarify I like to look at boats, watch them as they go by. But boats and I have a bad history. You see I get sea-sick, and I mean sick like “How is that humanly possible?” sick. So why

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