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    • mens' Peruvian silver and blue bracelet

      Machu Picchu Jan 30, 2016 at 10:13 AM

      June 2015 I bought from a vendor's stall near end of what I believe is called the Aguas Calientes market just after leaving the gate of Machu Picchu. I bought two silver and blue rings and wanted to buy a matching bracelet but my family dissuaded me. How can I get in touch with the vendor (two or three women were working in the stall at that time)

      Thanks,

      Gary

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      Anyone been here?

      by J_P_B Online Now Jun 16, 2003 at 2:59 AM

      I stumbled across this place suring research and it sounds fantastic. The only problem is, it is so far off the beaten path that it seems like you can only do on a tour to get to it. Has anyone been to it? If so, how did you get to it and was it worth it? Most tours seem to suggest that you hike for three or four days out of Cuzco and get to it and somehow get a bus back. That would lead me to wonder whether you can get transport out and back. I will have only limited time and 4 days of trekking will make it impossible. Cheers in advance for any help.

      4 Answers Dec 8, 2015 at 11:40 AM