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Sue and I arrived in Cusco and rested up for 2 or 3 hours to acclimatise to the altitude (3400m). It seemed to help although we're still having a little insomnia during the night.
Cusco is a beautiful city that's quite lively as it is set up for tourism, as it's the hub for the Sacred Valley (Machu Picchu etc). On the first day we had a wander around town and much like Rome, you come across ancient remains as you go, ...
... rocks. Guess who had to rescue me? After trying to un-jam my glove from the line, I waited desperately as the guide swung to the middle of the line, crashing into me awkwardly with legs sprawled as a breaking mechanism. Oh well. He freed me from the line, and I made my way to safety, hand-over-hand, with tired arms. We made a pit stop on the way back to the city to grab some beers and chocolates for the bus ride. Only in Peru.
Katie had to leave the ...
... the altitude is very noticeable and there is even an oxygen tank in our room!
We headed out to explore the main square, and here met a young girl selling small hand-made woollen llamas, and a woman who had a dressed-up lamb!
After exploring this, we visited an Irish bar where Jemima sampled a famous Peruvian cocktail made of a sour spirit and egg whites!
It was then that we went back to the hotel, to meet our ...
We woke up with a beautiful weather. After breakfast, we walked up to a Jesus statue, about 200m up from the town. A good practice for our trek as I could feel the altitude and I was struggling to catch my breath. At 6pm we had a brief about the trek and we found out that we don't set off until Saturday 19th at 7am. When ...
... like Kais, weird ****. The last supper with my family. Day 91- The hardest thing on this trip so far. Saying goodbye to my new family. As I was walking towards the bus station, I stopped and did the slow look back. Yes. There still there, still waving. That's love. I was stressing all night about the 2 buses I had to catch by myself to Lima. After Karina spoke to the lady at the bus station she turned to me and said, "you have to catch 3 buses now". At home I hate going out on ...