Pisco, Tambo Colorado
Peru, Pisco 2008-11-02 -Tambo Colorado living rooms are spacious and there are wash rooms, and a place for bathing although water now is scarce. The walls are painted red.

Peru, Pisco 2008-11-02 -Tambo Colorado living rooms are spacious and there are wash rooms, and a place for bathing although water now is scarce. The walls are painted red.

Peru, Pisco 2008-11-02 -Tambo Colorado living rooms are spacious and there are wash rooms, and a place for bathing although water now is scarce. The walls are painted red. a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter A Tambo is a way station which is a type of village that served a...
Peru, Pisco 2008-11-02 - The Tambo Colorado is a little self contained Inca way station where nobles or the Inca himself stopped when visiting the empire. In front runs the great road - Nan Capac - that once connected all points of the Inca Empire

Peru, Pisco 2008-11-02 – The Tambo Colorado is a little self contained Inca way station where nobles or the Inca himself stopped when visiting the empire. In front runs the great road – Nan Capac – that once connected all points of the Inca Empire

Peru, Pisco 2008-11-02 – The Tambo Colorado is a little self contained Inca way station where nobles or the Inca himself stopped when visiting the empire. In front runs the great road – Nan Capac – that once connected all points of the Inca Empire a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com...
Peru, Pisco 2008-11-02 -Tambo Colorado is an Inca waystation or rest house where the traveling nobles stopped when they were checking on the works of their empire. The trapezoidal shapes indicate that it was a place of impportance. It has painting on the

Peru, Pisco 2008-11-02 -Tambo Colorado is an Inca waystation or rest house where the traveling nobles stopped when they were checking on the works of their empire. The trapezoidal shapes indicate that it was a place of impportance. It has painting on the

Peru, Pisco 2008-11-02 -Tambo Colorado is an Inca waystation or rest house where the traveling nobles stopped when they were checking on the works of their empire. The trapezoidal shapes indicate that it was a place of impportance. It has painting on the a photo uploaded by Travel With Olga on Flickr. www.travelwitholga.com twitter A...