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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

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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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Chronicles Of A Travelista

The Arval priests' fertility prayer

Help us, O Lares,
Help us, O Lares,
Help us, O Lares!

And thou, Marmar, suffer not plague and ruin to attack our folk,
And thou, Marmar, suffer not plague and ruin to attack our folk, 107 more words

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I did it, you didn't think I would, but I did

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Alright, to debrief our newcomers – this is a continuation of my previous post from yesterday  1,580 more words

Calatrava bridge.. (or how to pour public money into a hole), getting lost, the cursed Palazzo

Calatrava 

Santiago Calatrava’s glass bridge is another modern structure near the train station. (look right as you arrive)

Few residents like this bridge Many residents avoid the bridge as it’s incredibly slippery even in dry weather.. 244 more words