Cabanaconde: Not a lot to see. It’s really only there to serve the tourists that come to hike Colca. Although small, it was such a cool city; well all 4 blocks of it. Being there takes you back to a simpler time of life. Street food cooked over open coals, native indigenous clothing, and mules, donkeys, and horses as the normal means of transportation. Only challenge of the city was watching where I stepped. 

The last picture isn’t Cabanaconde, just some little pueblo on the way. Aren’t you glad there is a structure to these pictures?

Degen Hill

This is my travel blog and writing portfolio covering my life in China and my trips around the world, including the food, experiences, people, culture, history, and architecture. Living in Beijing has been an adventure, so here's some insight into one of the world's biggest cities.

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