Crappy WiFi has an advantage; I am able to disconnect and unwind from my online-life which is great; it enables me to really enjoy and suck up all the amazing experiences in Peru & Bolivia! That said, and despite the unstable WiFi in La Paz, Bolivia, I am able to push some posts through (scheduled over a few days as I will be in the middle of salty nowhere the coming four days ; Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest ‘Salt Flat’ in South Bolivia yayyy).
Day 15, last day in Cusco
So, after returning from Machu Picchu last week Saturday, I had one day left in Cusco before traveling to Puno. Most of that Sunday was filled with actually booking the upcoming days, yet I still found time to stroll around Cusco, be pleasantly surprised by a music festival parade through the streets and visit THE most important Inca site (at least as far as the Incas themselves are concerned); Saqsaywamam (also known as ‘Sexy Woman’ ). By the end of the day I realised I was halfway my trip…time flies when you’re having fun!
Below the day in pictures.
Cusco main square (Plaza de Armas):
Woman in Chinchero show how they make cloths:
Surprise! Roads are blocked as a music festival parade passes by (for an hour orso ):