A return visit to the Sacred Valley. We explored some new sights but Ollantaytambo is still the hightlight.
View of the Sacred Valley.
Market at Chinchero.
A Peruvian Street Vendor selling, guess what? Yes, Peruvian pan pipes.
Street in Urubambu.
Peruvian hairless dog.
A weaving demonstration.
View from the top of the Ollantaytambo Archaeological site.
Incan stonework at Ollantaytambo.
Ollantaytambo. The trek to the top isn’t too bad. It’s only about ten thousand feet elevation here.
Peru has over three thousand varieties of potatoes. This particular potato is said to test the skills of a prospective bride. If she can peel it successfully, she will make a great wife to some lucky man.
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