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... it we get to the highest point of our trip, top of mountain Abra Malaga at 4350 ms above sea. The top is covered in cloud and visibility is low. As the bus slows down to stop it starts raining. Initially it is light rain, but it picks up quite heavy. At this point we realize we are going to get totally drenched. We start getting all the gear ready. The bikes are taken down from the roof, we get stinky helmets, knee pads, chest protector, high visibility jacket and gloves. We see other ...
... had just been a rock fall so perhaps the snake was a good omen after all.
We arrived at Machupicchu late in the afternoon so we spent the night in Aguas Calientas, a really fun town where we enjoyed 4 for 1 Pisco sour, played Jenga with our guide and trek mates before returning to Machupicchu the next morning to explore the ruins.
It was amazing and fascinating ...
... there was a steep set of stairs that everyone was taking slowly. In a Tylenol and Advil induced rage, I decided to power through them 3 steps at a time and just get it over with. I think that was about the only time I displayed any sort of energy today. We made it to the Sungate, but unfortunately we couldn't see anything as Machu Picchu was covered in clouds below. It was at this point when it also started to rain. The next 45 minutes were spent hiking down ...
... soI didn't bring warm clothes. On top of the freezing air it started raining and after a bit I was soaked to my bones. Even with my newly bought pink rain poncho.
Parts of that track you can compare with the death road in Bolivia. So it didn't help, that I didn't trust my bike (it made funny noises). But we were driving slowly anyway. After I got used to my bike and the noises and the breaks and everything I was ready for some more speed.
... also has hot springs) was very touristy and expensive, as we expected, as crowds flooded in from the ridiculously overpriced tourist train that comes in from Cusco. Perhaps luckily, our wallet was spared a little as I developed some sort of food poisoning or a stomach bug that didn't require me to eat any of the overpriced food. We got up in the rain at 4am the next morning for our walk up to Machu Picchu. We had bought our tickets for the site a week ago ...