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Day 3 - BreathtakingThe daily morning wake up call was Carlos, our guide, bringing us herbal tea to our tent to warm our bones before stepping out. Knowing that the most difficult day was behind us meant we woke up feeling positive, also, we would be arriving at Machu Picchu in just 24hours. The last day began with an hour and a half uphill climb followed by another 7 hours walking; it was by far the longest day, but I'm happy to say the terrain ...
... you could see the glint off the tops of farmhouses that were roughly at the same altitude as us. I can't imagine having to hike up and down a few times a week to go to school, get groceries etc. It's pretty crazy to think that that's how some people make their way of life. The final ascent of the day was a long open, winding trail up to Dead Woman's Pass, named for as the rock formation looks like the shape of a woman lying on her back ...
... gradually down hill until we arrived at the famous viewpoint of the complex to find an impenetrable wall of fog. Unperturbed, we took the strange route back out of the site to wait for Pete's girlfriend before scanning our tickets again and stamping our passports to get back in. We waited for around an hour to no avail, whilst the weather slowly improved, before we all decided to go in without her. Returning to the site we were taken aback by how it had transformed into a ...
... heckling them as being 'train' people. It was kinda funny. After all the sweat and hard work you do on the inca trail when you get there to see all these other tourists who just waltzed in and look all clean and smell nice; there's a little resentment! I thought the whole point in doing the inca trail was to get there first and see Machu Picchu without the tourists! And we did. We were the first full group to arrive at the sun gate that morning. Only 3 other people beat us and ...
... kind of built one around me. It didn't exactly fill me with confidence but they seemed satisfied - once a guy had come and changed the way a few of the straps were buckled together. Gulp. What they don't tell you is there's a 20 minute, pretty steep climb up to the first line. G was not happy at this, especially after yesterday's long hike but we made t to the top and once the queue had gone down we managed to work our way from zip line to ...