Me With Moray

Moray – The Incan Agricultural Laboratory

When you first arrive at Moray you can immediately see the impressive site below. But it just looks like the terraced farming seen at other sites in Cusco. But it’s so much more. Agricultural Laboratory It is believed that the Incas used Moray as an agricultural laboratory. By using their knowledge of the sun, wind, […]
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First Glimpses Of Machu Pichu

Machu Pichu

Some things don’t require narration. Below is my encounter with Machu Pichu. Arrival By Train First Glimpse When I got there in the morning, it was foggy and cloudy. Below are the pictures. Inca Bridge A small bridge from the Incan times used by the Incan army to protect Machu Pichu. Beautiful views and vegetation […]
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Children Wearing Traditional Clothing

A Walk Through The Pisaq Market

The town of Pisaq is at the entrance to the Valle Sagrado/Sacred Valley of the Incas. It was the bread basket of the Incan Empire, with food production generously supported by the sacred Urubamba River. Pisaq market is a market set up in the narrow, winding streets of Pisaq. The sights, sounds, smells, colors, and […]
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Me At Tambomachay

Qenko And Tambomachay – Incan Maze and Incan Spa

Qenko and Tambomachay are two interesting sites in Cusco that I went to. I combined them for this article because neither place has much meat to its story. Tambomachay Tambomachay, which means resting place in Quechua, stands 3765m/12,350ft above sea level just outside of Cusco. Scholars think the Incas constructed the site to worship water […]
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