Tagged: Peru

Photo Friday 03.09: Inca agricultural laboratory

The purpose of these depressions is uncertain, but their depth and orientation with respect to wind and sun creates a temperature difference of as much as 15 °C between the top and bottom. This large temperature difference was possibly used by the Inca to study the effects of different climatic conditions on crops

Photo Friday 03.01: Machu Picchu

Site of Machu Picchu, viewed from Huayna Picchu, can be seen shaped like a condor. Huayna Picchu is

Photo Friday 02.09: Miraflores

Three and half years ago I booked a spontaneous flight to Lima. I arrived at the airport and didn’t know what to do except that I wanted to go to the upscale Miraflores district of the city. This is one of the posh neighbourhoods and I thought that would be a cool way to start the trip to Peru. And it sure was

Photo Friday 02.07: Travel to the Andes

When I was traveling in Peru, I went on a 3 day trek in the Colca canyon with a group of 4 travellers. While we were crossing a bridge at the floor of the canyon, someone was shooting a commercial for promoting this region of the Andes mountain ranges. They were delighted to see few foreigners (somehow I was called a gringo too) and insisted that we participate in their video

Photo Friday 02.01: Arequipa

Arequipa, the city of artists in Peru, as part of the weekly ‘Photo Friday‘ series.

Photo Friday 01.16: Peru Rail

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Photo Friday 01.11: Floating Uros islands

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Photo Friday 01.08: Colca Canyon

Photo Friday‘: Pictures from faraway lands.

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Photo Friday 01.03: Machu Picchu

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