Reblog: In Cuzco’s Historic Streets, a Search for Inca Walls

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Some travellers have a gift for telling you about their journeys and making you feels as though you’re experiencing it right along with them.  Latin America Confidential writer Janus2 is one such storyteller.  I absolutely adored reading his post on the mix of ancient and modern in Cuzco’s streets, where one can party in a discotheque within touching distance of  ancient hand carved stone structures.  Please do click the link below and enjoy his observations and photos.

 

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