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Snapshots of Cusco


The Main Square on parade day.

Bob is so happy! Peruvian Pop Tarts!Sunset out our window.

It's all Corn! Big kernels, gigantic kernels, popped, puffed...Grafitti by Banksy. The local is taking a pic of the tourist with a Llama


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Reader Comments (3)

Oh, I love Cusco! Just had a strong yearning to head back there as soon as I saw your pic of the main square. I remember sitting in my favorite cafe people-watching for hours....

What I really came over to say is that I think your family is an inspiration and I mentioned you in a post at

Would you be interested in doing a short interview? By Skype or email, your call!

Jul 14, 2010 at 5:32 PM | Unregistered Commenterantonia

At the big market I was amazed at the variety of potatoes - maybe 40 or 50.

Jul 14, 2010 at 7:55 PM | Unregistered CommenterMargery

Great photo of sunset!!! All that corn.... is it roasted? Could it be the same thing as Corn Nuts? If it is Cusco is the place for me!!!
Bob, I am sooo glad you found "POP TARTS" It must be rough going to so many countries with your main stay fo life. You will be back in the country of junk food soon and can buy crates of them!!

Beautiful city!!

Miss all of you!!!!!!!!!!

Jul 16, 2010 at 8:24 AM | Unregistered CommenterMOM

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