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... tickets for tomorrow and told us he'd meet us at the top of Machu Picchu at 6am. He also told us we'd have to leave at 4:10am to walk up. We had a hat go around the table for people to put tips in for both Niko and Veronica as she would be leaving us tonight. After saying our goodbyes we headed back to the hostel as we'd be having our last early start of the trek tomorrow! We are very excited for Machu Picchu so the early start is ...
... a car being pushed and pulled by hand up wooden planks onto the back of a truck. This evening we ate at restaurant Mirador - another great five soles set menu (although we were initially a bit nervous as we couldn't understand what the menu involved - if turned out to be lamb) - and watched a beautiful sunset over the hills before the roads, restaurants and hospedajes were overrun by the road workers finishing up further down the valley. Thank goodness we stopped so ...
I'm usually not one to get confused that quickly, but to find out how taxis, and especially taxi fares, work, took me quite a while.
First it is important to know that everyone will take you with them and be a taxi for you. So don't be surprised (if you're white and look like a tourist) that every second car will be honking while driving past you to signify that he (yes, I have to this day not seen one female driver) would take you ...
... retaining walls and they add a wonder to the whole city centre. We visited the ruins of the fortress Sacsayhuaman. The guide pronounces it "sexy woman" This fortress has been used more or less as a quarry to build Cuzco so now all that remains are the rocks that were probably too big to remove. They are huge. The one Graeme is standing in front of is estimated to be 120 tons and they have proved it is not part of the bedrock it has been moved into place. Mind blowing. ...
... black coffee (not Cibo's either!) with little "toastidos" (little bread pieces toasted), jam and orange juice. I'm impressed how my young learned travel companion is translating for me into her sparse Spanish - it is quite fun working it out together.
Soon we were boarding and in the air to Cusco. Lima is nearly always (80% of the year) cloudy - rarely do you see blue sky, but as one of my very special friends knows, "The sky is always blue above ...