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Because I think it's not really well known I started the question just to answer it myself. Right now it seems to be Bitel. They're service is not yet spreaded like Movistar or Claro, but they're developing. So they're the first we came across with a flat rate like we're used to from Germany. Bitel got different pre-payed plans. 1 day flat 1 month flat ...


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2 Raw Cafés in Lima facebook.com/rawcafeclub probably more but we love the Raw Café, highly recommend the Nuggets and the Pizza Classic, the Burger is great too ;) in Cusco I know the GreenPoint with vegan and raw option, only a few contain gluten but it's all marked greenpointveganrestaurant.com and the Shaman Vegan Raw Restaurant shamancenter.org in ...


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Finding gluten-free and especially vegetarian food is still very tricky in Peru. Why: (Due to differences in languages and culture) Vegetarian food without meat (comida sin carne) often means food without every meat except chicken. Because "carne" does not include "pollo" or processed meat like ham, salami, ground meat. It is a common missunderstanding in ...


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I've been to Bolivia twice and there are many photo opportunities in the country. I've only taken inexpensive cameras I could carry out of sight in my pants front pocket because of the possibility of theft. Keep your valuables with you at all times and secure. You are more vulnerable as a foreigner but even native Bolivians are not entirely safe. I have ...


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It seems to me you're worrying too much. :) If you want to see the sunrise at Machu Picchu, which is highly advised, you'll have to stay the previous night in Aguas Calientes. I would advise against staying two or more nights as the village has very little to offer. You might indeed get altitude sickness. To minimise the effects, take it easy. So, it ...



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