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Lares Trek - Day 2

“Buenos días!!” came from outside the tent as Colm sat up and unzipped the door to greet Toribio, squatting outside in his down jacket and wooly hat, holding two steaming cups of Coca tea. 1,322 more words

Ancient Roman Ghosts: The Least You Need to Know

With Halloween coming up, I thought I’d do a few posts this months on ghosts. Let’s kick things off with the ghosts you’d have been likely to meet in ancient Rome. 444 more words


Lares, once-thriving Puerto Rico mountain town faces economic abyss


Issued : Friday, September 18, 2015 07:59 AM
Once-thriving Puerto Rico mountain town faces economic abyss
By : The Associated Press
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Ismael Rodríguez looked out on a nearly empty plaza from the clothing store he opened in 1960, now hemmed in by padlocked businesses in this mountain town in northwestern Puerto Rico. 930 more words

Puerto Rico

Lares Trek

21 July – 24 July 2015

Soon after returning from our Salkantay trek we headed off for a few days on the Lares trek. Many of the tour agencies in Cusco sell this as an alternate to the Inca Trail or Salkantay treks and the photos that we had seen of it looked pretty nice. 1,933 more words


Our Treks

Valencia Travel Cusco offers amazing tours and specials but our company is proud in offering treks to potential adventure travelers looking for a challenge!

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Visiting Puerto Rico Off The Beaten Path

Puerto Rico is my home! I was born in Rio Piedras and raised in Carolina. Currently, I live in Trujillo Alto when I am not in Atlanta pursuing my studies. 1,105 more words

Chronicles Of A Travelista

Exploring Cuzco. Explorando Cuzco.

My companion Eyal left for Brasil over a week ago and I have since been back to the life of a solo traveler. Basically, doing anything and everything I want, right when I want to, alone. 449 more words

South America