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I don't have many rituals. Except for my daily walk - no matter the weather - to the service center for a two-piece coconut chocolate bar and a bottle of Coke. 🍫🥤🏴‍☠️🏝️🌞

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In Chinchero I bought this great woolly hat.
Alpaca wool is super soft. And this is baby alpaca!
At least that's what they told me.
Maybe an expert would like to pet my head and verify that?

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Chinchero is located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, northwest of Cusco in Peru. The village is known for its colorful alpaca textiles. A little insight into the traditional production showed us this Quechua woman. I came a bit too late to the show, because I got stuck with the cute alpacas in the entrance area. 🙃

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Chinchero is located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, northwest of Cusco in Peru.
In the church, which was built on Inca ruins, the Mass is held today in Quechua.

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Chinchero is located in the sacred valley northwest of Cusco in Peru.
In the church, which was built on Inca ruins, the Mass is held today in Quechua. This place combines Christian colonialism with Inca culture. It was a very beautiful and colorful stay, not least because of the great alpaca textiles and the smiling people.

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The loveliest place I found in Peru is Santa Teresa. It's a few kilometers away from Machu Picchu. There I relaxed so much!
In my opinion the hot wells aren't as good as in Aguas Calientes (too many tourists and less security for your stuff). But the village is so beautiful! I just sat at the main place, listened to traditional music, watched how the children were dancing and got involved in some nice conversations.

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