Calles de Cusco
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Cusco, Perú In 2012, I had a chance to live in Cusco for 2 months and volunteer. It is relatively small, and the main mode of transportation for me was to walk. From our San Pedro house, it’s about 20 minute walk to our volunteer headquarters where I also took Spanish classes and another 40Continue reading

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Sacred Valley
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Cusco, Perú Sacred Valley was formed by the Urubamba River and is believed to be where trade took place at the height of the Incan Empire. Now a stretch of beautiful colorful villages just outside Cusco town proper, it’s become one of the must-see places to see history, culture and nature all at the sameContinue reading

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Huacachina

Huacachina, Perú A dessert oasis in South America. Imagine seeing pure sand surrounding you, then a beautiful lake in the middle with palm trees around. Paddle boarding and sand boarding in one place. Who would have thought it exists!    Follow Sky Envy: Bloglovin’ / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Pinterest

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Lima

Lima, Perú Lima is the largest city and capital of Peru, also the most populated. It is more than a gateway to fly to Cusco and see Machu Picchu. As the 2nd largest city in the world located in a dessert, Lima boasts not only a historical center full of Colonial and Baroque Architecture, but alsoContinue reading

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Plaza de Armas

 Cusco, Perú During my two month stay in Peru, I have come to learn that there is a Plaza de Armas in almost all the towns in the country. Literally translated as Weapon’s Square or Parade Square, it is the name of the main center of town/city. I have seen the Plaza de Armas inContinue reading

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