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Peps and Pete Travels "On pleasure bent again"

The UK

UNITED KINGDOM | Saturday, 21 Apr 2007 | Views [412]

Pete and I parted company in the Uk - a "scheduled break". I went to see my great Aunt who lives in a little village while Pete caught up with Brett and got aquainted with the London Pub Scene! My Aunt lives in the village where AA Milne lived, ... Read more >

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Gallery: Prague

CZECH REPUBLIC | Saturday, 21 Apr 2007 | Photo Gallery


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Gallery: Cesky Krumlov

CZECH REPUBLIC | Saturday, 21 Apr 2007 | Photo Gallery


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Gallery: Edinburgh

UNITED KINGDOM | Saturday, 21 Apr 2007 | Photo Gallery


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The Peruvian desert

PERU | Saturday, 21 Apr 2007 | Views [522]

From Arequipa we made our way back to Lima, en route we spent a night in Nasca and 3 nights in Huacachina, both in the Peruvian desert. We stopped in Nasca to fly over the Nasca lines, mysterious lines in the desert made by the Nasca people between ... Read more >

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Gallery: Huacachina

PERU | Thursday, 12 Apr 2007 | Photo Gallery


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Gallery: Nasca

PERU | Thursday, 12 Apr 2007 | Photo Gallery


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Gallery: Arequipa/Colca Canyon

PERU | Thursday, 12 Apr 2007 | Photo Gallery


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Gallery: Silustani

PERU | Thursday, 12 Apr 2007 | Photo Gallery


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Gallery: Lake Titicaca

PERU | Thursday, 12 Apr 2007 | Photo Gallery


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Gallery: Cusco

PERU | Thursday, 12 Apr 2007 | Photo Gallery


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Gallery: Sacred Valley

PERU | Thursday, 12 Apr 2007 | Photo Gallery


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Canyons and Condors

PERU | Wednesday, 21 Mar 2007 | Views [1306]

Colca Canyon is the second deepest canyon in the world, a mere 163m shallower than its near neighbour Canyon del Cotahausi which is a bit more difficult to get to. In order to visit the canyon, we headed from Puno towards Arequipa, Peru´s 2nd largest ... Read more >

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Floating islands?

PERU | Wednesday, 21 Mar 2007 | Views [1287]

Lake Titicaca, situated 4000m above sea level, is home to many interesting people, and the next stop on our trip around Peru. We did a boat tour of the lake that visited the floating islands (Uros Islands) and Tacquile Island. The people of the Uros ... Read more >

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Gallery: Machu Picchu

PERU | Saturday, 10 Mar 2007 | Photo Gallery


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¡Gooooooooooooooool!

PERU | Saturday, 10 Mar 2007 | Views [736]

The sacred valley of the Incas, an easy day trip from Cusco, and one wrth making. Unfortunatley Pete was ill, so I made the visit on my own. The thing that is so good about this tour is that some of the villages - Ollantaytambo and Chinchero- are built ... Read more >

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Gallery: Copan Ruinas

HONDURAS | Saturday, 10 Mar 2007 | Photo Gallery


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In the footsteps of the Inca

PERU | Saturday, 10 Mar 2007 | Views [2098] | Comments [1]

Well, maybe not all their footsteps... When we arrivied in Cusco, we had not booked anything for Machu Picchu. Mostly I was worried that I would not be able to cope with the walking, so we figured that we would do nothing and see what happened. Luckily ... Read more >

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Qosqo

PERU | Saturday, 10 Mar 2007 | Views [1230]

Upon our arrival in Cusco´s airport we were serenaded by a local band while we waited to claim our baggage. What a great introduction to this fantastic place, a place that has to rate among my favourite cities in the world. Flying in over the Andes ... Read more >

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More Mayan Ruins

HONDURAS | Wednesday, 28 Feb 2007 | Views [486] | Comments [1]

Copan Ruinas is a little village right on the Guatemalan border that´s main attraction are the nearby ruins. The ruins are not as impressive as Tikal, but there are far more stone carivg here, so I think comparison with Tikal is unfair.  The ruins are ... Read more >

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