The Sacred Valley


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March 22nd 2008
Published: March 27th 2008
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The Sacred Valley is an area within an hour or so north of Cusco. Within a few hundred kilometer distance are some pretty amazing Inca ruins. For a very brief bit of history, the Inca people were dominant in this part of South America for 4 or 500 years ending in the mid 1500's. They primarily lived in the mountainous regions of Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia and Chile. As I'm somewhat pressed for time this entry will be pretty short (once again), but I'll include lots of photos as usual.


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Pisac

the river valley near the village of Pisac
Another artsy shot.Another artsy shot.
Another artsy shot.

I took this on the way back to Cusco. It was very handy having a motorcycle for the day.
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Tambomachay

saw this sheep on the side of the path
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Pisac

The Inca site at Pisac from a distance.
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The Inca site at Pisac.
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Me at the top of Pisac.


27th March 2008

Keep 'em coming
Dazzling photos. Looks like you're having a great time. Keep the updates coming.
28th March 2008

Oooh, ruins
That's it... I'm officially jealous! Looks like a great trip. Enjoy.

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