Machu Picchu with a low budget-Last part


Day 4

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Hola, Hola.

The day before we took the train back to Cusco. The trainride was pretty cool, we got food & drinks and there was also a typical Peruvian dancer and a fashionshow. Being back in Cusco we headed to Loki Hostel, were we actually had our first reservation. We got a room with 6 other people and paid around 8 US$.

The next day [day 4] was our last day in Peru, as our flight was scheduled at 8 p.m.We decided to head to the central market San Pedro, where all kinds of food are sold. There are also flowers and typical Peruvian artesany.

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We walked around and decided to have a freshly made juice. They tasted amazing and costed around 2 US$. We even got a refill.

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After that we headed to markets that were specialized with Peruvian artesany [ we still needed to buy some presents haha]. I loved all the things they had and they werenโ€™t very expensive. But always remember to bargain.

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We went back to the hostel and had lunch there. I ordered a Loki Club Sandwich, which I really loved [and it was very affordable].

After lunch we only had a few hours left. So we decided that we wanted to see the city from above. The receptionist ย recommended us to walk to Cristo Blanco. It took around 40 minutes and it was a nice view. [ You don’t have to pay anything to get there].

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After that we went back to the hostel to grab our stuff and to go to the airport. We decided to walk down a street and to take a taxi from there. It was way cheaper than we just arrived. It costed around 4 US$.

When boarding the plane I was really exhausted but so happy to have made this trip. It was really beautiful and I really recommend to see Machu Picchu. It’s a one in a lifetime experience.

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BESOS

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