A little more then a month ago we came back from our latest trip, Peru. We only had 14 days so we had to leave out the northern part of the country, the Amazon forest and few other interesting places. We were also planning to go hiking the Inka Trail but since it takes 2 days (or 4 the longer version) to complete it, we had to skip this also.

At the end, we decided for a popular circle among tourists which starts in Lima and continues to Cusco, Machu Picchu, Puno, Arequipa, Nasca and back to Lima. Everything went pretty much according to the plan. We had a great weather and the whole trip was awesome. We didn’t experience any major altitude problems (most of the trip was on 3000m-4300m), only light headache on first two days. Oh, and we felt  tired just from climbing few stairs. But that’s what 40% less oxygen in the air does to you. :)

Anyway, it took me a while to sort all pics but I finally put them online. Hope you enjoy.

The highest part, 4300m.

The highest part, 4300m.

Lama overlooking Machu Picchu

Lama overlooking Machu Picchu

Sauce made from mud.

Sauce made from mud.