Lima, Peru | Saturday, May 18, 2013 05:21 am | | |
Have you considered locals participation such as "porters"? I know they are quite amazing runners. [REPLY]
Walter, you're still a 'liberal hack' writer but this article contained something of interest. [REPLY]
Nope, Choquequirao cost S/. 37 to get in. There was a guy selling tickets at a little station about a km away from the gate...he looked more or less official, but he wouldn't let me take his picture. [REPLY]
Choquequirao is free, right? You just have to hike there? [REPLY]
It's definitely a trip you can do in a car, from Cusco it should be around 45 minutes, less than an hour. It's a short and worthwhile trip!
As I read sounds a great place to visit one question you can go there from Cuzco by car? how many hours? [REPLY]
I love this article.[REPLY]
I have plans to visit Huancavelica. I wonder if I can have more information about how to get there.
Thank you so much for all the information and hopefully I'll get there next year.
I wonder if anyone knows a small village closeby, I am not sure about the name but I think is CAJA.
Thank you again for this beautiful article.
It is clearly a spider.;) [REPLY]
THANK YOU SO MUCH ,TO SHOW ALL THE GOOD THINGS ,OUR STORY , OUR CULTURE ,AND SPECIAL HOW THE PERUVIAN PEOPLE ARE , I AM SO PROUD TO BE A INCA . [REPLY]
It sounds like some adventure you had, but that's part of the fun.
I hope that road never gets completed, because if it does it will only allow more tourist traffic. And more tourist makes for more wear and tear on a very beautiful, historical site. [REPLY]