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All you need to know about Peru! Welcome to our New and Improved Newsletter Dos Manos

We are back! And how! In this newsletter we will tell you the ins and outs of travelling in Peru. Great stories of great people that share their experiences in this beautiful country. This edition also offers practical information like what to bring on your trip and how to use the Boleto Turístico. Don't miss out on our discounted trips to Machu Picchu during Christmas or New Years' Eve. There is an even bigger discount if you send us the right answer to our prize question. And for the culturally interested reader you will find a good read about the home of the potato: Peru!
Undecided still, about where to spend this year's Christmas or New Years' Eve? Why don't you come and visit Peru? Wouldn't it be fabulous to wake up on Christmas morning to see the amazing sunrise at the old Inca ruins of Machu Picchu? Booking your tour to Peru ...
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Thought you were all organized after having bought your plane ticket and booked a place to stay? Wrong! Coming to Cusco means visiting a lot of ruins and museums. First thing you should do upon exploring the town is buy a Boleto Turistico to get access to most of these sites.
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Without the intention to do so, this backpacker ended up adopting a stray dog. After meeting this dog in the streets of Colombia, she couldn't leave him behind. When her travels continued, she decided to take him with her. Together they went on a great adventure.
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Peru is an interesting country and there are many things to do. On entering the country you will usually get a 3 month tourist visa. At times this turns out not to be enough time to do all the things you want to do. A short roundtrip to Bolivia is a good way to give yourself some ...
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Yes, you packed your bag and you have your ticket and passport ready. The most important stuff has been dealt with. There may be some things that you didn't think of though. To make your trip as comfortable as possible make sure you bring the following 5 items.
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You may not have heard of it when you were still at home, but you will not be able to ignore this dish while in Peru. More or less every restaurant sells it and also people cook it at home a lot. It is a typical Peruvian dish consisting of sirloin meat or beef tenderloin accompanied by onions...
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A Cultural Read
It is one of the most common foods in the world: the potato. So many dishes contain this tasty crop that a world without them is unthinkable. But there is more to it than just a good bite. The potato has a history and it all starts in Peru!
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In the spotlight
The Qeswachaka bridge is well worth a visit. It's not just any bridge. Is is built in the original Inca manner made from a special woven grass. The material and construction techniques have been passed down from generation to generation since the first bridge was built in the 15th century. A trip to Queswachaka will not only show you the bridge, you will also pass by four famous lakes and typical villages such as Piñipampa, where we can appreciate an artisan tails factory and a farm fish.
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