We are now in 2018. The new regulations for Machu Picchu are in full-swing. Follow the rules and we promise, Thou Shalt Be Delighted!
The sisters, in their late 50s, perhaps early 60s, stand in line to enter Machu Picchu. Once inside the ruins, they make their emotionally charged claim that they’re the rightful owners of the iconic Inca citadel.
It’s true, Hallelujah! Peru’s tourism trade publication T-News reports that the country’s largest airline LATAM will no longer prohibit foreign tourists from purchasing economy coach tickets on its domestic flights.
Halloween is an American import that, with each successive year, seems to take greater hold in Peru, to the delight of many and the chagrin of some.