Sweet because of the number of sweet treats around this very relaxed town. From the best hot chocolate in Bolivia, to sweet meant-to-be savoury salteñas (a kind of pasty with meat, sugar, olives and egg), to some great little cafes. 313 more words
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Rimachi is a jungle adventure novel.
Kevins; a normal dysfunctional urban family is invited by a long lost friend to his Peruvian summer mansion. Everything goes on smoothly, until they find out that their host is the biggest drug lord of Peru and his house is attacked by the rival group. 95 more words
To start it all off, we arrived at our first destination in Perú (Mancora) at the awkward time of 4 in the morning; we got off the bus all disoriented and there were a few men haggling us for accommodation – no, but thank you. 1,192 more words
The Battle of Cajamarca was an ambush by the Spanish Conquistadors on the native Inca. They captured the Inca ruler Atahualpa. The Spanish went on to kill thousands of his counsellors, commanders and unarmed attendants in the town squares. 517 more words
Cusco was the real start of our Gadventures family’s journey as it was the first guided tour day by Gadventures.
At elevation of 3,399m, it was intended for us to stay a day in Cusco in order to acclimatize to be ready for the Inca Trail where the highest point at Dead Woman’s pass is 4,215m. 614 more words