|View of Cusco from the Sacsayhuaman ruins vista point.
|When we were about to leave the Sacsayhuaman ruins, this cute Quechua grandma and her alpaca were on the side of the road and we couldn't resist the temptation to take photos with them.
|Tipón, located east of Cusco, are Inca ruins that may have been a park for upper class or agricultural centrum. Still today, water is rushing though the channels, which is seldom, and the wide terraces, masterpieces of mortar-less walls, are in perfect condition. (from Wikipedia)
|The Tipon ruins were absolutely amazing and totally worth the effort to get there.
|The ancient Inca irrigation system at Tipon is still working even today. You can also see the steps made of over-sized pieces of rock, used to move from one terrace to another.
|The amazingly perfect carved stones that make up the Inca irrigation system at Tipon.
|Our little group decided to take a different path down the hill than the main road, which ended up being an enjoyable 1h hike.
|They either roast or deep-fry the entire animal, including feet, claws, head, teeth, eyes, internal organs.