Hospedaje Los Jardines
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... Lisa (if you don't you should consider yourself lucky - don't worry, she's not reading this blog!) Well Lisa has a friend named Andrea who I knew through Facebook (where else!) had been to Peru recently so I sent her a msg asking a few questions, and her reply contained a glowing reference for a company called Wayki Trek tours. We couldn't be happier it did. Don't worry, we didn't just jump on the bandwagon, we still did our research, but everything we read was exactly what we were ...
... The original soundtrack score to The Mysterious Cities of Gold. Nailed it hard. Definitely magnified the intensity of what I'd say, if there were no other tourists there, would have been the greatest spiritual experience of my life. Absolutely magical setting and completely **********ceivable that it would be possible to build such a large complex in this most precarious location, perched amongst the mountaintops, surrounded by ravines. Everyone needs to see this.
... and we were checked into the trail. Day 1 was a beautiful (and quite easy) trek to 3200m above sea level. It took Alex and I about 5 hours. His tummy had settled with some Imodium, so thankfully he didn't need to do anything unpleasant in 'Inca toilets'. When we arrived at the campsite, our tent was ready and dinner was being cooked. We were really spoiled the whole stay - warmed water in bowls to wash with, nutritious and ...
... serious rain of the wet season which "started" in late September, so our guide was out in it laughing and loving it. In a strange bazaar way it was beautiful, as the sheets of rain plunged into the natural amphitheatre and saturated everything in minutes, with little rivulets forming where just a few hours before was dry dust. Sudden is the only way to describe it.
We made our way back to the exit after a brief stop under a thatched roof ruin ...