And then we came to Pisaq, which is a large Inca city which included several neighborhoods, farming terraces, and the largest Inca cemetery. The cemetery consists of thousands of little tombs built into the side of the mountain. If you look close you can see some white skulls in some of the tombs.
Pisaq Market, in the valley below the ruins, was a fun place to explore and get a tasty snack. Michael and I found Peruvian sweaters to purchase along with our delicious platano/queso empanadas.
Did you notice the other foods that were going into the large ceramic oven? Unfortunately, Bob and I never did get a taste of guinea pig while traveling through Peru.