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Private Full-Day Sacred Valley Tour with Pisac Ruins
"Start the day with a pickup from your central Cusco accommodations by your private guide. Head to the Cochahuasi Animal Sanctuary where you will see some rescued animals especially condors you will also observe and take pictures with beautiful alpacas llamas vicunas. Afterwards learn how the Andean people make impressive textiles using very old and traditional techniques.Later visit Pisac
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Cusco Night Walking Tour and Pisco Sour Lesson
"Meet your knowledgeable guide at Plaza de Armas in the heart of Cusco and begin your small-group tour with a stroll through the historic square dating back to the time of the Incas. Admire the Renaissance-style Cathedral from the 17th century and then gaze at the baroque façade of Jesuit church La Compania originally constructed in the 16th century. Learn about both edifices built on sites that were formerly Incan palaces. Follow your guide out of the square onto streets lined with remnants of Incan walls gigantic blocks of granite fitting together perfectly without mortar which stand side by side with colonial architecture. At the palace of Inca Roca you’ll see fitted into the wall a 12-angled stone
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3-Day Hike to Colca Canyon from Arequipa
"Day 1:The first day begins with a very early morning start. At 3am you will be picked up from your hotel by a representative of our agency and then you will transferred to the bus station to take the bus to Cabanaconde. Start the journey with a drive that goes over a pass that is over 4800m /15748 ft tall. We will arrive in Cabanaconde at around 8am. Upon arrival we will have time to have breakfast at the little village of Cabanaconde. Afterwards we will start to descend to the canyon following a winding path that goes down to the bottom until we reach the village of Llahuar around 1pm. At this village we will have some free time to explore some parts of the Colca Canyon and afterwards we will have lunch and dinner under a starry night. There will be time for a hot springs activity or fishing opportunity. Overnight accommodations at the village of Llahuar.Day 2: After breakfast we will continue our trek throu
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Lila Govinda: restaurant has moved

Lila Govinda runs a 1.5-room kitchen and lunch spot, offering tea, delicious soups and overflowing main dishes for just 4 or 5 soles (about $1.50). Her café fills up with approving travelers, volunteers, and Cusquenos. Visit gracious, lovely, and engaging Lila, her 11-year-old son, and pet rabbit near San Blas Monday through Saturday. From the top of San Blas plaza, walk away from the city center, one block through a construction corridor, turn right (downhill), and see her café, immediately after the mercato on the right.

Favorite Dish everything is delicious!

Soalia
Jan 22, 2011

Govinda: Govinda - Filling Veg food

I visited this restaurant on the last day before I left. They are loacated on a side road leading into the Plaza de arms. It was not crowded and service was slow.

However they served a soup, main course and desert all for 6 soles. Also the meal was so filling as the portions were huge.

They played Indian classical music that seemed to blend with the food. Its worth visting.

Favorite Dish The main course consistsed of a Veg curry that was make in a peruvian style meat based curry. Where the meat was substituted with soy. It was spicy and filling quantity.

The suprising thing was that they had coffee/tea but did not have sugar substitute.

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XKuger
Apr 11, 2005

Govinda: Now....time for revenge! ;-)

Now it was my turn to pick the restaurant! :-) Govinda is a nice little vegetarian restaurant. I love Govinda restaurants and have dined at them before in other cites and they usually seem to serve mostly Indian food.(which I love) This one did not really have that many Indian dishes, but the food was very good. If you are very hungry, you can order a 5 course meal for about $3-4 ( depending on which special you choose)
They also have home-baked desserts. Didn't try them..but they looked delicious!

Favorite Dish Forgot the name, but I ordered a dish of sauteed vegetables and fresh herbs. Yummy!

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chrissyalex
Jul 14, 2003

Govinda: sometimes you just get lucky...

I am certainly not a vegatarian but I do enjoy it sometimes, especially if it has an Indian flair. I had read about a place called Govinda and though right in the center of town I could never find it. When we took a local bus out into the Sacred Valley and came back the same way, the bus dropped us off in a part of town we had never seen before. Once orienting ourselves, we made our way back town and found this other vegatarian restaurant with the same name. It was just packed but managed a laid back atmosphere just the same.

Favorite Dish They just had a chalk board menu and we opted for the most expensive of the four items on it. It was only about a dollar a person with big portions. Not sure what any of it was but it was tasty, filling and I guess healthy. ;)

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Feb 03, 2003
 
 
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