Cuzco, Peru Newswire

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  1. Today In Pictures, Aug 5, 2015Read the original story

    38 min ago | The Straits Times

    Birds fly over the Atomic Bomb Dome in Hiroshima, western Japan . On August 6, 1945, the U.S. dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, killing about 140,000 by the end of the year in a city of 350,000 residents, in the world's first nuclear attack.

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  2. Long Island restaurants serving tastes of PeruRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 1 | Newsday

    The Papa a la Huancaina, a Peruvian salad of sliced potatoes in a spicy cream sauce called Huancaina sauce, is served at Cuzco Peru in Lynbrook. Photo Credit: Heather Walsh The Papa a la Huancaina, a Peruvian salad of sliced potatoes in a spicy cream sauce called Huancaina sauce, is served at Cuzco Peru in Lynbrook.

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  3. Worldwide strengthening El Nino giveth and taketh awayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | The Beaumont Enterprise

    In this Jan. 15, 1998 file photo, a women sifts through rubble near her destroyed home after much of the town of Santa Teresa in Cuzco, was destroyed by a mudslide brought on by persistent rains attributed El Nino.

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  4. Peru Forces Raid Coca Region Rebel Slave CampRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Voice of America

    Members of Peru's Shining Path terrorist group are seen in a remote jungle region in southern Peru, Cuzco. Peruvian special forces rescued 26 children and 13 women, some of whom had been held captive for three decades, when they raided a southeastern jungle camp of the left-wing rebel group.

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  5. Peru: 11 dead as truck falls into lakeRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Lima: At least 11 people died and 41 were injured when the truck in which they were travelling plunged into a lake in Peru, a media report said. The incident took place in Peru's Cuzco region on Tuesday.

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  6. Strengthening El Nino good for U.S. and China, bad for Peru and AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | The Japan Times

    In this Jan. 15, 1998, file photo, a women sifts through rubble near her destroyed home after much of the town of Santa Teresa in Cuzco, Peru, was destroyed by a mudslide brought on by persistent rains attributed El Nino. It can be both godsend and catastrophe.

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  7. Worldwide strengthening El Nino giveth and taketh awayJul 27, 2015,Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    In this Jan. 15, 1998 file photo, a women sifts through rubble near her destroyed home after much of the town of Santa Teresa in Cuzco, was destroyed by a mudslide brought on by persistent rains attributed El Nino. It can be both godsend and catastrophe.

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  8. Peru exceeds expectations in a journey of discovery to Machu Picchu, Inca TrailRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Canada.com

    The Lost City of the Incas was never truly forgotten. Local farmers knew about it all along, but as far as the rest of the planet is concerned, the day they showed Machu Picchu to Yale academic Hiram Bingham in 1911 was the day these spectacular ruins high in the Andes were discovered.

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  9. Dispense with plastic water bottles with SteriPEN Classic 3: Gear reviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Examiner.com

    SteriPEN Classic 3 can purify water when traveling overseas, eliminating the need to purchase an endless stream of plastic water bottles. A scourge in rivers, estuaries and empty lots in third world countries, the detritus of plastic is the result of tourists and residents seeking purified water.

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  10. The perfect hotel for thrill seekers hangs 400 feet off the side of a mountainRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | NewsOK.com

    ... e of a mountain. The hotel, appropriately named the Skylodge Adventure Suites is located in the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru, and consists of three separate but not very private luxury capsules.

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  11. Japan Axes a Giant, $2B Olympic StadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 17 | Wired

    ... travel company, are three prism-like cabins made from aerospace aluminum, suspended over the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru. These things are decked out: Solar panels power the lamps, down pillows trim the beds, and gourmet meals are at the ready. ...

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  12. The perfect hotel for thrill seekers hangs 400-feet off the side of a mountainRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 17 | Mashable

    There's nothing quite like arriving at your hotel after an exhausting trip, strapping into a safety harness and ascending 400-feet using a series of ladders and cables to your see-through room that dangles off the side of a mountain. The hotel, appropriately named the Skylodge Adventure Suites is located in the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru, and consists of three separate but not very private luxury capsules.

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  13. A Swooping Lookout Restores Community After a Devastating EarthquakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Wired

    ... travel company, are three prism-like cabins made from aerospace aluminum, suspended over the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru. These things are decked out: Solar panels power the lamps, down pillows trim the beds, and gourmet meals are at the ready. ...

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  14. Fancy spending the night hanging off a cliff edge? Unique hotel room reaches dizzying heightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Mirror.co.uk

    If you've ever dreamt of spending the night suspended 400 metres off the ground on the side of a cliff edge, then your dream might be about to come a reality. Located in the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru, the Skylodge Adventure Suites offer breathtaking panoramic views, viewed from a transparent luxury capsule, which comes complete with a double bed, a dining area and private bathroom.

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  15. Transparent Mountainside Pods - These Peruvian Hotel Pods are...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | Trend Hunter Magazine

    The 'Natura Vive Skylodge Adventure Suites' offers guests the opportunity to stay in its vertigo-inducing hotel pods located 1,300 feet above ground. The pods are attached to the side of a mountain in Cuzco, Peru, where guests must literally climb their way to their accommodations.

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  16. Skylodge Adventure SuitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 13 | Castanet.net

    Hanging from a sheer cliff face in Peru's Sacred Valley of Cuzco, three transparent capsules have been installed, providing accommodation for particularly intrepid guests.

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  17. Cliff-Hanging Sleep Pods Take Glamping to New HeightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 13 | Wired

    It's hard to decide what's most mind-bending about these cliff-hanging glass hotel rooms - hat the adventurers who would rough it enough to climb 400 feet up a mountain would also choose to glamp in a $1,000-per-night capsule, or that each of these pods somehow manages to fit four beds, a dining area, and a private bathroom. The Skylodge Suites, by the Natura Vive travel company, are three prism-like cabins made from aerospace aluminum, suspended over the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru.

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  18. Don't look down! This Peruvian hotel has pods hanging from the side of a mountainRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 12 | Digital Trends

    If taking an elevator up to your hotel suite isn't enough of a challenge for you, Natura Vive's Skylodge Adventure Suites in Peru may capture your interest. Suspended from the side of a mountain in the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, the capsule suites literally take adventure travel to a whole new level.

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  19. .com | Pope asks pardon for church's 'offenses' against indigenousRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 10 | News24

    Santa Cruz - Pope Francis apologised on Thursday for the sins and "offenses" committed by the Catholic Church against indigenous peoples during the colonial-era conquest of the Americas History's first Latin American pope "humbly" begged forgiveness during an encounter in Bolivia with indigenous groups and other activists and in the presence of Bolivia's first-ever indigenous president, Evo Morales. Francis noted that Latin American church leaders in the past had acknowledged that "grave sins were committed against the native peoples of America in the name of God."

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  20. Pope Blasts 'Unbridled Capitalism'; Begs Forgiveness from Native AmericansRead the original story

    Friday Jul 10 | Common Dreams

    Pope Francis talks to Indian leaders and social workers at the second World Meeting of Popular Movements in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, Thursday, July 9, 2015. During his speech at the meeting, history's first Latin American pope apologized for the sins and "offenses" committed by the Catholic Church against Indigenous peoples during the colonial-era conquest of the Americas.

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