The videos that I occasionally take while travelling are really just for my own purposes, and are simple unedited clips. I'm sharing them here, though, as they'll give you a taste of what it was actually like being there. The Machu Picchu clip was taken from a lower level of the site.
All the videos are short, except for the last one of dancers performing in front of a church at night in Cusco, which is seven and a half minutes. Watch as much or as as little as you like, of course. I didn't cut it for this post, because what is fascinating is the way the dance builds up quite hypnotically. It's like a trip back in time, as this must be the way they've been doing it for you generations. And note that they were not doing it for tourists. I belive it was part of a religious festival, although I haven't been able to find anything about it exactly.
And by the way, I don't know how I put up with holding the camera so still for all that time, with freezing fingers in the very cold night air, but I'm glad I did.
This is a photo that I took of the same dancers, and I'm showing it here as a kind of preview for that last video.