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... we arrived to the bus stop and 100 soles later we were along the winding road climbing up to the majestic ruins. The time, close to Noon.
Our train tickets included buffet lunch at the Macchu Pichu hotel adjacent to the ruins, we were hungry but considering the weather we opted for ruins and photos rather than lunch, the restaurant was open till 3pm anyhow, excitement was taking over us.
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... tight corners but we soon got confident and were away flying. It was 50km of downhill biking (along tarcel road so not really mountain biking as such) which took about 2hrs. We had lunch in a small town called Huaman Marca and carried on through Santa Maria to the start of our short walk for the day. We had an uphill 45min hike through the forrest/jungle to our lodge for the night. Picked a few mangos along our way - the juiciest and most flavoursome fruit weve ever had! ...
... quickly because it gave us an opportunity to enjoy the view from the highest part of our journey. We wouldn't start the descent into the next valley for about another hour and and half as we waited to congratulate the rest of our group when they got to the top. Bre and I both agree that we like climbing up more than going down. While going up is much more aerobic, demanding on your legs and lungs and you sweat ten times more, going down puts ...
... to Miraflores we stopped off for Sangria and even bought stamps in the Post Office at 7pm on a Saturday night! Sunday 26 October Southbound in Peru After some perambulation in the morning we set off Southbound by public transport to Pisco. The four hour journey was like airline travel with snacks and drinks provided and no view from the front as the cockpit was sealed off. The difference from an aircraft was that there was room to move and fresh air. The journey from central ...
... don't practice it the same. There is often child birth before marriage. This was a different side of South America. The roads in the village are made of dirt but with it being the rainy season, it's mud. The houses are made of mud bricks. The fields are where pretty much where every member of the family spends their time depending on what time of the year it is. One of the woman planting lima beans had her baby strapped to her back in a blanket. There's no staying at home and ...