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... Mary mimicking the shape of a mountain (sacred to Incas) and grand opulence with a total of over 2 tonnes of gold leaf, lashings of silver and intricate timber carving. Mirrors adorn the walls due to the belief that God made men in his own likeness. After lunch in a lovely restaurant overlooking the plaza and cathedrals we drove high above the city to an Inca site (saqsayuaman) where we marveled at the ingeniously constructed monumental walls and terraces made by perfectly ...
We woke early this morning slightly apprehensive. We'd been forewarned many times about day 2 of the Inca Trail. ...... It will be by far the hardest day 'Many people have had to turn back at this stage' 'It's not your fitness levels that will hurt you, it's the altitude' 'Make sure you're breathing properly' 'Don't die ....' Were among just some of the cautionary pieces of advice given to us about day 2. So, ...
... of traveling, and she gets to go right back to her job. It was so cool asking her questions. After the two hour long train ride, we got in a van and it took us another two hours to get home! It was such a long night of traveling. These two girls had a huge epiphany on the way home, so they takes about it for the full two hours home. I call them the preppy Boston girls. I am so grateful for the opportunities I have been given and I can't wait to finally give my dresses to children ...
... we walk less tomorrow. Arriving at the campsite I found Bruno and Fredrik playing soccer with some of the porters and cooks, personally I didn't even go near it as I played soccer the other day in Ccaccaccollo and that was hard enough. I'm now feeling almost back to 100% which is great, just a shame it wasn't a day earlier. We will get a chance to sleep in tomorrow till about 7:30am before breakfast at 8am, before we begin our hike out which should take no less than 3-4 ...
... with me,playing a football match wihtout getting injured was too much so I had to go an twist my ankle walking down the hostel stairs that morning. I was frustrated but it was broken and still got the bus up to Machu Picchu, being able to walk around and take it all in thankfully. Machu Picchu was out of this world, literally. You would never thing there were families living that high up hiden in the montaint. ...
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