Peru, Resor, Sydamerika
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Peru: This is Cusco

This is the unedited first day in photos of Cusco. Hungover by the high altitude, we crave burgers and rest.

Katarina
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  1. Peru is one of my favourites (like so many other people). Thank you for sharing, Katarina!

  2. That’s Cusco, alright ! You can tell a photojourno. when you see her work. And you look MARVELLOUS ! 🙂

  3. The ubiquitous Starbucks! They are actually wonderful finds when travelling for their free wifi.
    I really like the photo of the market. I love these places!!

    • Yes. I have no problem with american places abroad. Sometimes you just wan´t something that is already familiar to you. But the interesting is that Starbucks almost doesn´t exist in Sweden. I think Arlanda, the international airport has one and maybe the one or two of the larger cities, but besides from that there are not many.. There is also a lot of Americans in Cusco. Many travel on guided tours here and a lot is from America. Yesterday we met some from Indiana and today Indians from New York. Always interesting meeting new people.

      • Americans in particular like to find the things they are familiar with when they travel so I guess it’s not surprising that Starbucks will open an outlet in Cusco if it attracts a lot of American traffic 🙂

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