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Altitude: If your heart pounds and you feel breathless and light headed, you’re not in love, you’re suffering from mild altitude sickness. At Pisac market, more than 18 miles 30 kilometres from Cuzco, the women sit cross legged in the dirt like rows of wilting peonies bartering their produce amid the tourists. Just remember as you try to acclimatize that in this rarefied mountain air the Inca civilisation once built its cities in the sky. Altitude: If your heart pounds and you feel breathless and light headed, you’re not in love, you’re suffering from mild altitude sickness. The air is thin and cold. In the far distance a dot of vivid pink moves across the windswept high plains. They aren’t exactly Cartier quality. Then the conquering Spanish, greedy with gold fever destroyed the temples, melted down the precious metal statues and built their own elegant city on the ravaged foundations. This isn’t best dressing, this is every day, let’s weed the potato patch, garb. Then the conquering Spanish, greedy with gold fever destroyed the temples, melted down the precious metal statues and built their own elegant city on the ravaged foundations. Every peru-travel-confidential.com/inca-religion.html hat tells a story. They look like Alfred Tenniel’s illustrations of the Red Queen inAlice Through The Looking Glass. The train is named after the European explorer who discovered the remains of theInca citadelin 1911. To help people adapt coca tea is poured by many smaller, less luxe, hotels as soon as guests arrive in Cuzco, often with the freshly picked green leaves still floating around in the cup. Bowlers are worn by the people of the highlands, the white straw top hats by those from the lowlands “low” being a relative term. The women have hooped skirts like mini crinolines with Edwardian bowler hats. Yet to the people of the ‘Alti Plano’, Cuzco and its gourmet restaurants are the lowlands a metropolis as massive and racy as New York. Their multi coloured, multi layered petticoats fan around them like petals.

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Different colours denote the tribe. It is run by Orient Express hotels and the ultimate treat at the end of the journey is to stay overnight at the five star Belmond Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge , also run by Orient Express hotels. Cuzco itself is the only place I’ve ever flown to where the plane took off and never seemed to come down again. If the feeling persists or gets worse you could have a more serious case. He smiles benevolently and jangles a tray of brass rings hopefully in my direction. You see it everywhere. Perhaps the rarefied air had affected their memory. Yet to the people of the ‘Alti Plano’, Cuzco and its gourmet restaurants are the lowlands a metropolis as massive and racy as New York. Perhaps the rarefied air had affected their memory. Only the Omo white snow on their peaks gives the game away. Caffeine is probably stronger. Ahh, now these wouldn’t look out of place in a peasant chic inspired New York penthouse. It tastes like fizzy bubblegum. The train is named after the European explorer who discovered the remains of theInca citadelin 1911. Different colours denote the tribe. In the muddy yard of an adobe house by the railway track a woman feeds her pigs while dressed in a bright scarlet bowler and a turquoise satin cut off crinoline. In the far distance a dot of vivid pink moves across the windswept high plains. To help people adapt coca tea is poured by many smaller, less luxe, hotels as soon as guests arrive in Cuzco, often with the freshly picked green leaves still floating around in the cup. Just remember as you try to acclimatize that in this rarefied mountain air the Inca civilisation once built its cities in the sky. They aren’t exactly Cartier quality. That’s on a good day when the driver’s had lunch, the engine can take the strain and there aren’t any llamas on the track. However, you’d have to drink buckets of tea to feel the effect. Every hat tells a story. Yet to the people of the ‘Alti Plano’, Cuzco and its gourmet restaurants are the lowlands a metropolis as massive and racy as New York. Go to a lower altitude as soon as you can. Every hat tells a story. You see it everywhere. Their multi coloured, multi layered petticoats fan around them like petals. Go to a lower altitude as soon as you can.

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From Cuzco you can hope aboard yet another luxury train, the blue and goldHiram Binghamto take you up to Machu Picchu. However, you’d have to drink buckets of tea to feel the effect. The remains of their smooth walled forts and mysterious citadels orbit Cuzco, city of the sun, once the capital of the Inca empire. Caffeine is probably stronger. He smiles benevolently and jangles a tray of brass rings hopefully in my direction. Its orchid scented gardens sit right next the citadel and from its windows you can see the moon rise over the ruins but that’s another story. Ahh, now these wouldn’t look out of place in a peasant chic inspired New York penthouse. In the far distance a dot of vivid pink moves across the windswept high plains. That’s on a good day when the driver’s had lunch, the engine can take the strain and there aren’t any llamas on the track. It’s the kind of place where luxury hotels have oxygen canisters on hand just in case guests need a quick blast. The train across the top of the Andes takes 12 hours. There is more gold in the teeth of the Ladies in colourful skirts who toss beautiful woven rugs in through any open windows for inspection. The women have hooped skirts like mini crinolines with Edwardian bowler hats.

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They look like Alfred Tenniel’s illustrations of the Red Queen inAlice Through The Looking Glass. Its history hardly affects them. Only the Omo white snow on their peaks gives the game away. There is more gold in the teeth of the Ladies in colourful skirts who toss beautiful woven rugs in through any open windows for inspection. Its history hardly affects them. Cuzco itself is the only place I’ve ever flown to where the plane took off and never seemed to come down again. Go to a lower altitude as soon as you can. You can see the history of the culture in the traditional costumes the old women still wear. The Incas flourished for 500 years. From Cuzco you can hope aboard yet another luxury train, the blue and goldHiram Binghamto take you up to Machu Picchu. You can see the history of the culture in the traditional costumes the old women still wear.

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A hat rammed squarely on the head means the woman is married. Its orchid scented gardens sit right next the citadel and from its windows you can see the moon rise over the ruins but that’s another story. Caffeine is probably stronger. Perhaps the rarefied air had affected their memory. The train across the top of the Andes takes 12 hours. Go to a lower altitude as soon as you can. Different colours denote the tribe. Although I did see a number of old ladies, their faces baked prune like by the sun, who wore their hats at a suspiciously jaunty angle. We’ve stop at a remote station on the ‘Alti Plano’ High Plains of Peru. Bowlers are worn by the people of the highlands, the white straw top hats by those from the lowlands “low” being a relative term. The men favour Dick Tracy trilbys. You can see the history of the culture in the traditional costumes the old women still wear. You see it everywhere. He smiles benevolently and jangles a tray of brass rings hopefully in my direction. The train across the top of the Andes takes 12 hours. In the far distance a dot of vivid pink moves across the windswept high plains. We’ve stop at a remote station on the ‘Alti Plano’ High Plains of Peru. It tastes like fizzy bubblegum. To help people adapt coca tea is poured by many smaller, less luxe, hotels as soon as guests arrive in Cuzco, often with the freshly picked green leaves still floating around in the cup. We’ve stop at a remote station on the ‘Alti Plano’ High Plains of Peru. Most luxury hotels offer oxygen canisters in the lobby to suck on if things get tough some even offer private canisters in your bar fridge or, best of all, pipe the air directly into your room. Only the Omo white snow on their peaks gives the game away. The men favour Dick Tracy trilbys. He smiles benevolently and jangles a tray of brass rings hopefully in my direction. Their multi coloured, multi layered petticoats fan around them like petals. That’s on a good day when the driver’s had lunch, the engine can take the strain and there aren’t any llamas on the track. Caffeine is probably stronger. They aren’t exactly Cartier quality.

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In the far distance a dot of vivid pink moves across the windswept high plains. It tastes like fizzy bubblegum. Yet to the people of the ‘Alti Plano’, Cuzco and its gourmet restaurants are the lowlands a metropolis as massive and racy as New York. The train is named after the European explorer who discovered the remains of theInca citadelin 1911. A hat rammed squarely on the head means the woman is married. Cuzco itself is the only place I’ve ever flown to where the plane took off and never seemed to come down again. It’s the kind of place where luxury hotels have oxygen canisters on hand just in case guests need a quick blast. The women have hooped skirts like mini crinolines with Edwardian bowler hats. The air is thin and cold. We’ve stop at a remote station on the ‘Alti Plano’ High Plains of Peru. The city is built at cruising altitude, more than twice as high as Kathmandu in the Nepalese Himalayas and way above any ski village in the European Alps. Bowlers are worn by the people of the highlands, the white straw top hats by those from the lowlands “low” being a relative term. The best way to adapt to the height is to take it easy and rest for a couple of hours. Just remember as you try to acclimatize that in this rarefied mountain air the Inca civilisation once built its cities in the sky. You can see the history of the culture in the traditional costumes the old women still wear. It is as if everyone were on their way to the Mad Hatter’s tea party. The men favour Dick Tracy trilbys. The men favour Dick Tracy trilbys. Still speaking the old Inca language they live so high that the rest of the world has simply passed them by. Yet to the people of the ‘Alti Plano’, Cuzco and its gourmet restaurants are the lowlands a metropolis as massive and racy as New York. A greater jolt to the system is probably the sugar content in the sickly green Inca Kola, the nation’s answer to Pepsi. We’ve stop at a remote station on the ‘Alti Plano’ High Plains of Peru. You see it everywhere. Altitude: If your heart pounds and you feel breathless and light headed, you’re not in love, you’re suffering from mild altitude sickness. The train is named after the European explorer who discovered the remains of theInca citadelin 1911. This isn’t best dressing, this is every day, let’s weed the potato patch, garb. Its history hardly affects them. You can still see how the pink washed Spanish houses are stacked on top of the original Inca walls like layer cake, then iced with lacy, Mediterranean style balconies. From Cuzco you can hope aboard yet another luxury train, the blue and goldHiram Binghamto take you up to Machu Picchu.

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Its orchid scented gardens sit right next the citadel and from its windows you can see the moon rise over the ruins but that’s another story. We’ve stop at a remote station on the ‘Alti Plano’ High Plains of Peru. There is more gold in the teeth of the Ladies in colourful skirts who toss beautiful woven rugs in through any open windows for inspection. They look like Alfred Tenniel’s illustrations of the Red Queen inAlice Through The Looking Glass. It tastes like fizzy bubblegum. However, you’d have to drink buckets of tea to feel the effect. Every hat tells a story. Caffeine is probably stronger. A hat rammed squarely on the head means the woman is married. They look like Alfred Tenniel’s illustrations of the Red Queen inAlice Through The Looking Glass. However, you’d have to drink buckets of tea to feel the effect. In the muddy yard of an adobe house by the railway track a woman feeds her pigs while dressed in a bright scarlet bowler and a turquoise satin cut off crinoline. Just remember as you try to acclimatize that in this rarefied mountain air the Inca civilisation once built its cities in the sky. Still speaking the old Inca language they live so high that the rest of the world has simply passed them by. Most luxury hotels offer oxygen canisters in the lobby to suck on if things get tough some even offer private canisters in your bar fridge or, best of all, pipe the air directly into your room. The Incas flourished for 500 years. They aren’t exactly Cartier quality. At around 13000 dizzy feet 4,000 metres above sea level the tops of the Andes mountains look like tiny hillocks forming a scalloped edge to the plains. The men favour Dick Tracy trilbys. It is run by Orient Express hotels and the ultimate treat at the end of the journey is to stay overnight at the five star Belmond Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge , also run by Orient Express hotels. “Above 13000 feet 4,000 metres there is no politics and no borders”, I was told. Go to a lower altitude as soon as you can. At around 13000 dizzy feet 4,000 metres above sea level the tops of the Andes mountains look like tiny hillocks forming a scalloped edge to the plains. It’s the kind of place where luxury hotels have oxygen canisters on hand just in case guests need a quick blast. Ahh, now these wouldn’t look out of place in a peasant chic inspired New York penthouse. In the far distance a dot of vivid pink moves across the windswept high plains. If the feeling persists or gets worse you could have a more serious case. You see it everywhere. If the feeling persists or gets worse you could have a more serious case.

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A greater jolt to the system is probably the sugar content in the sickly green Inca Kola, the nation’s answer to Pepsi. It is as if everyone were on their way to the Mad Hatter’s tea party. He smiles benevolently and jangles a tray of brass rings hopefully in my direction. However, you’d have to drink buckets of tea to feel the effect. Yet to the people of the ‘Alti Plano’, Cuzco and its gourmet restaurants are the lowlands a metropolis as massive and racy as New York. They aren’t exactly Cartier quality. In the muddy yard of an adobe house by the railway track a woman feeds her pigs while dressed in a bright scarlet bowler and a turquoise satin cut off crinoline. You can see the history of the culture in the traditional costumes the old women still wear. This isn’t best dressing, this is every day, let’s weed the potato patch, garb. In the muddy yard of an adobe house by the railway track a woman feeds her pigs while dressed in a bright scarlet bowler and a turquoise satin cut off crinoline. The remains of their smooth walled forts and mysterious citadels orbit Cuzco, city of the sun, once the capital of the Inca empire. However, you’d have to drink buckets of tea to feel the effect. On the station platform stands an old man with one tooth. We’ve stop at a remote station on the ‘Alti Plano’ High Plains of Peru. However, you’d have to drink buckets of tea to feel the effect. They aren’t exactly Cartier quality. We’ve stop at a remote station on the ‘Alti Plano’ High Plains of Peru. Still speaking the old Inca language they live so high that the rest of the world has simply passed them by. Caffeine is probably stronger. Although I did see a number of old ladies, their faces baked prune like by the sun, who wore their hats at a suspiciously jaunty angle. It’s the kind of place where luxury hotels have oxygen canisters on hand just in case guests need a quick blast. Perhaps the rarefied air had affected their memory. The city is built at cruising altitude, more than twice as high as Kathmandu in the Nepalese Himalayas and way above any ski village in the European Alps.

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Still speaking the old Inca language they live so high that the rest of the world has simply passed them by. Yet to the people of the ‘Alti Plano’, Cuzco and its gourmet restaurants are the lowlands a metropolis as massive and racy as New York. Although I did see a number of old ladies, their faces baked prune like by the sun, who wore their hats at a suspiciously jaunty angle. Only the Omo white snow on their peaks gives the game away. Caffeine is probably stronger. Ahh, now these wouldn’t look out of place in a peasant chic inspired New York penthouse. It’s the kind of place where luxury hotels have oxygen canisters on hand just in case guests need a quick blast. Only the Omo white snow on their peaks gives the game away. Then the conquering Spanish, greedy with gold fever destroyed the temples, melted down the precious metal statues and built their own elegant city on the ravaged foundations.

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You can still see how the pink washed Spanish houses are stacked on top of the original Inca walls like layer cake, then iced with lacy, Mediterranean style balconies. Most luxury hotels offer oxygen canisters in the lobby to suck on if things get tough some even offer private canisters in your bar fridge or, best of all, pipe the air directly into your room. The women have hooped skirts like mini crinolines with Edwardian bowler hats. A hat rammed squarely on the head means the woman is married. The Incas flourished for 500 years. Perhaps the rarefied air had affected their memory. You can still see how the pink washed Spanish houses are stacked on top of the original Inca walls like layer cake, then iced with lacy, Mediterranean style balconies. This isn’t best dressing, this is every day, let’s weed the potato patch, garb. Then the conquering Spanish, greedy with gold fever destroyed the temples, melted down the precious metal statues and built their own elegant city on the ravaged foundations. Its history hardly affects them. Go to a lower altitude as soon as you can. At Pisac market, more than 18 miles 30 kilometres from Cuzco, the women sit cross legged in the dirt like rows of wilting peonies bartering their produce amid the tourists. You see it everywhere. There is more gold in the teeth of the Ladies in colourful skirts who toss beautiful woven rugs in through any open windows for inspection. A greater jolt to the system is probably the sugar content in the sickly green Inca Kola, the nation’s answer to Pepsi. If the feeling persists or gets worse you could have a more serious case. Then the conquering Spanish, greedy with gold fever destroyed the temples, melted down the precious metal statues and built their own elegant city on the ravaged foundations. The Incas flourished for 500 years. This isn’t best dressing, this is every day, let’s weed the potato patch, garb. They look like Alfred Tenniel’s illustrations of the Red Queen inAlice Through The Looking Glass. The men favour Dick Tracy trilbys. Most luxury hotels offer oxygen canisters in the lobby to suck on if things get tough some even offer private canisters in your bar fridge or, best of all, pipe the air directly into your room. To help people adapt coca tea is poured by many smaller, less luxe, hotels as soon as guests arrive in Cuzco, often with the freshly picked green leaves still floating around in the cup. Yet to the people of the ‘Alti Plano’, Cuzco and its gourmet restaurants are the lowlands a metropolis as massive and racy as New York. If the feeling persists or gets worse you could have a more serious case.

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Its orchid scented gardens sit right next the citadel and from its windows you can see the moon rise over the ruins but that’s another story. A greater jolt to the system is probably the sugar content in the sickly green Inca Kola, the nation’s answer to Pepsi. You see it everywhere. Different colours denote the tribe. The women have hooped skirts like mini crinolines with Edwardian bowler hats. “Above 13000 feet 4,000 metres there is no politics and no borders”, I was told. The remains of their smooth walled forts and mysterious citadels orbit Cuzco, city of the sun, once the capital of the Inca empire. It tastes like fizzy bubblegum. The men favour Dick Tracy trilbys. Cocaine is refined from the coca leaf and the locals chew it for energy, a wad of charcoal gum lodged in the side of their mouth to release the narcotic. Then the conquering Spanish, greedy with gold fever destroyed the temples, melted down the precious metal statues and built their own elegant city on the ravaged foundations. However, you’d have to drink buckets of tea to feel the effect. On the station platform stands an old man with one tooth. It tastes like fizzy bubblegum. To help people adapt coca tea is poured by many smaller, less luxe, hotels as soon as guests arrive in Cuzco, often with the freshly picked green leaves still floating around in the cup. This isn’t best dressing, this is every day, let’s weed the potato patch, garb. The city is built at cruising altitude, more than twice as high as Kathmandu in the Nepalese Himalayas and way above any ski village in the European Alps. You can see the history of the culture in the traditional costumes the old women still wear. From Cuzco you can hope aboard yet another luxury train, the blue and goldHiram Binghamto take you up to Machu Picchu.

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A greater jolt to the system is probably the sugar content in the sickly green Inca Kola, the nation’s answer to Pepsi. “Above 13000 feet 4,000 metres there is no politics and no borders”, I was told. The best way to adapt to the height is to take it easy and rest for a couple of hours. Bowlers are worn by the people of the highlands, the white straw top hats by those from the lowlands “low” being a relative term. Then the conquering Spanish, greedy with gold fever destroyed the temples, melted down the precious metal statues and built their own elegant city on the ravaged foundations. To help people adapt coca tea is poured by many smaller, less luxe, hotels as soon as guests arrive in Cuzco, often with the freshly picked green leaves still floating around in the cup. The Incas flourished for 500 years. This isn’t best dressing, this is every day, let’s weed the potato patch, garb. You can still see how the pink washed Spanish houses are stacked on top of the original Inca walls like layer cake, then iced with lacy, Mediterranean style balconies. At Pisac market, more than 18 miles 30 kilometres from Cuzco, the women sit cross legged in the dirt like rows of wilting peonies bartering their produce amid the tourists.

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They look like Alfred Tenniel’s illustrations of the Red Queen inAlice Through The Looking Glass. From Cuzco you can hope aboard yet another luxury train, the blue and goldHiram Binghamto take you up to Machu Picchu. It is run by Orient Express hotels and the ultimate treat at the end of the journey is to stay overnight at the five star Belmond Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge , also run by Orient Express hotels. On the station platform stands an old man with one tooth. You can see the history of the culture in the traditional costumes the old women still wear. You see it everywhere. The remains of their smooth walled forts and mysterious citadels orbit Cuzco, city of the sun, once the capital of the Inca empire. A greater jolt to the system is probably the sugar content in the sickly green Inca Kola, the nation’s answer to Pepsi. A greater jolt to the system is probably the sugar content in the sickly green Inca Kola, the nation’s answer to Pepsi.