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Outside the hostal in Urubamba
Peru

This is a veiw of the street outside our hostel in Urubamba. Alyssa is ganging up on Jamie a little bit here. . .

Copyright: Joe griffin
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Tags: urubamba; dirt road; peru; valle sagrada; sacred valley
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