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Altiplano in Bolivia
The Altiplano in Bolivia is one of the highest plateaus in the world.
Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia
The Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat.  It is very impressive to drive through what looks like a large white desert.
Cusco
Cusco mixes indigenous and Spanish, imperial and colonial.
Plaza de Armas in Cusco
The Plaza de Armas is the center of the historic city, where you will find the Cathedral of Cusco and the Church of La Compañia.
Barrio San Blas in Cusco
Barrio San Blas is the Bohemian section of Cusco, home to many artists and shops.  There are quite a few galleries as well as some tourist shops.
Machu Picchu
The Incan ruins of Machu Picchu are nestled between the mountains around the Urubamba River. It is divided into two parts, the Urban and Agricultural center.
People on Lares Trail
The Lares Trail is a great alternative to the traditional and sometimes overcrowded Inca Trail.  It also provides the opportunity to pass through a few villages and interact with people from the area.
Lares Trail
The Lares Trail is another great alternative to the Inca Trail. The tour typically last 4 days and 3 nights, two of which are spent camping in the mountains around Machu Picchu.
Calca Market
Calca is a small town in the Calca province.  We stopped here to get food and drink and orient ourselves before we started the Lares Trail.
Lima’s Miraflores Neighborhood
The Miraflores neighborhood of Lima is known for its beaches, gardens, parks, and shopping.  It is one of the wealthiest residential districts of Lima.
Lima’s Malecon and Love Park
The Malecon is the promenade in the Miraflores neighborhood situated on the cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean.  On the promenade you will see the black and white lighthouse as well as El Parque Del Amor.
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