The Sacred Valley from the Cusco to Pisac road. On the way we stopped at the Condor Sanctuary where there was more than Condors. E.g. This Tortoise, and a Stork, 2 Pumas that had been rescued. They also had 3 Condors. the eldest was 60, the middle one was 10 and the youngster was only 2. They can live to almost 100. They are breeding 2 of them and get a chick a year compared to the wild which is one every 3 years.
We then went into Cusco and to the main square. Later after we went to the Temple of the Moon we walked back into the city down many hundreds of steps but got great overhead views of the city.
We went to the Temple of the Moon and this photo is of one of the caves.
We stayed at Paz y Luz retreat centre these 2 pics show the area and the road to Paz y Luz
On Wednesday afternoon we booked a taxi and our driver Larri came with his wife and 4 month old daughter Ruby Esmerelda and we all went on a family out to Linsaquocha (means 3 lakes) and we all walked around the largest of the lakes. Larri was a great guide with a lot of valuable information.
On the way we saw many sheep, Llamas, and a rare Peruvian Goose. The area is also called the Park of the Potatoes and we saw many varieties. Larri and his wife picked several examples for us and later that night we boilded them and did a taste test with all of them. They all tasted better than our regular USA tatas.