Hospedaje Los Jardines
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... the last time we would sleep in tents and there were extraordinary hot springs, so we could finally shower the first time in 3 days. The hot springs are a wonder of nature that offered us crystalline clear water and a relaxing time.
The fourth day awoke us with rain and cloudy weather, which would only become worse during the day. Fourth day of the trip, fourth day of rain; what would await us ...
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My ticket included the climb of Machu Picchu mountain and of the whole group the Argentinan girl was the only one who had bought that combination too.
Us two made a little stop at the entrance to leave our daypacks there and snack a bit. Funny enough it rained exactly in those fifteen minutes - as soon as we decided to head on, it stopped. Muchas gracias Petrus you amigo and sorry dear ...
... Our last breakfast was hot chocolate, toast and a kind of pizza thing - again some much needed energy for a day of walking. We had a fairly easy day on the last day, just over 6 miles mostly downhill visiting small communities on the way to a little village where we ended our trek and had a final lunch before getting a bus to the next destination. Luckily whilst we were faced with snow again during breakfast it cleared by the time we left at 9am and we had a mostly dry ...
... had smiled upon us. So we could relax and explore at our own pace, and get those magical pictures we'll make you jealous all with. So Machu Picchu was once a holy city, and it was placed where it is because of the three mountain ranges that surround it, so there are three other holy sites that create a triangle around it. This meant that when the Spanish conquistadors invaded and began destroying the holy sites to convert the Quechua people to ...