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  • #76
    All my own pics though.

    ....and "I don't mind a bit of banter"

    Originally posted by Ergenburgensmurgen;n186588
    What are you talking about, I don't post on Teakdoor.


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    • #77
      You sure about that “bit of banter”?

      The last travel thread you started here at TC was utterly painful to watch unfold and I am sure even you were aware of the fact.

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      • #78
        I should add,……..

        If you’re going to visit Peru with your Thai spouse a Visa will not be needed.

        Embassy of Peru in Thailand - THAI citizens do not require a visa to enter Peru. They need only to hold a valid passport and a return ticket on arrival. They are allowed to stay up to 90 days in Peru.: http://www.peruthai.or.th/visas.php

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        • #79
          Originally posted by S Landreth View Post
          You sure about that “bit of banter”?
          Absolutely!
          I do not share your sensitivities. :lulz:

          The last travel thread you started here at TC was utterly painful to watch unfold and I am sure even you were aware of the fact.
          "Mangogate" was hilarious.

          Back to the point: I use my own pics in my travel threads.

          Originally posted by Ergenburgensmurgen;n186588
          What are you talking about, I don't post on Teakdoor.


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          • #80
            your next travel thread should be fun.

            about my pictures. I still have a picture of a ticket for the Hiram Bingham Train, with the date we were there 6 years ago.: https://www.belmond.com/trains/south...hiram-bingham/



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            • #81
              Oh, the recent pics were shot in Peru in 2015. OK.

              Originally posted by Ergenburgensmurgen;n186588
              What are you talking about, I don't post on Teakdoor.


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              • #82
                posted 09-28-2021, 11:01 AM

                Originally posted by S Landreth View Post
                Whatshername reminded me this morning that six years ago today we were in Peru visiting Machu Picchu.




                The ride on the Hiram Bingham train from Cusco to Macchu Picchu: https://www.perurail.com/blog/what-y...tion-in-cusco/

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                • #83
                  Next up. Resorts we stayed at while in Peru. The only suite in the resort circled below is difficult to get. Picture was taken while we were up on Huayna Picchu.


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                  • #84
                    should be able to start it soon
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                    • #85
                      If anyone does visit Machu Picchu this might be the resort to book.

                      While visiting Machu Picchu we stayed at the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge: https://www.belmond.com/hotels/south...nctuary-lodge/


                      Only one master suite and the only room with a balcony (whatshername does enjoy a balcony) that you cannot book outside of 6 months to your arrival. Of course, this room always stays occupied and we knew it might be difficult to get. https://www.belmond.com/hotels/south...bedroom-suites

                      We had to make a call to get the resort to accept our booking for this room almost a year out.




                      Cusco next
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                      • #86
                        While in Cusco we stayed at the Belmond Palacio Nazarenas.: https://www.belmond.com/hotels/south...cio-nazarenas/



                        Our suite.




                        One of the guys at the hotel was making a Royal Inca Tunic. 2 to 3 months to complete, working parttime.: https://www.worldhistory.org/article/791/inca-textiles/



                        We purchased one (at a gallery) and keep it in the states. It is beautiful.

                        Little more about Cusco before I finish with Peru.

                        Maybe next,………. whatshername reminded me today that 5 years ago we were leaving France and traveling to Spain.



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                        • #87
                          Just a short ride from Cusco.



                          Ollantaytambo was used as a fortress by the Inca army to protect the Urubamba Valley and used as a resting point for pilgrims traveling to Machu Picchu
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