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... ease and at the end of the day all im really interested in is Machu Picchu itself anyway. I got a shock at how much even just the bus to the nearest town to agua calientes then train to machu picchu with an entry ticket and one night in a hostel then return was. Things are fallen back into place and my next move is gonna be get the Bolivia hop bus to La Paz on friday. At the front desk of the hostel there was lots of leaflets and flyers ...
... the whole journey. We stopped at some inca sight before getting into cusco. Once we arrived we headed out for dinner, had a little tour of the town which is really pretty! It was then time to pack for the Inca trail and to start preparing ...
... yard. Bizarre. Incas deemed Cusco the belly button of the world (they called it the navel of the world). Legend has it that, in the 12th century, the first Inca king was ordered by the sun god Inti to find a spot where he could plunge a golden rod into the ground until it disappeared - this would be qosq'o or the navel of the earth! Until the Spanish Conquistadores arrived, this city was the centre of an all-powerful Incan civilisation that stretched over 4,500 kms and ...
... Fantastic. As the sun rose it filled the canyon and the rocks changed colours every time I looked around. About half way up I started to slow slightly but still kept a good pace going. The bag of toffees I was carrying, my now normal/ required supplies for any hike, were starting to dwindle so this was encouragement for me to press on. I arrived at the top at 7:05am, closely followed by Miriam and Alexandra who had caught me up as I slowed down, meaning I'd managed the hike in ...
down from our hotel to the bus terminal to book our bus tickets for our next
leg from Cuzco. We managed to book 2 of the next 3 legs but because the final
leg was all in Bolivia we couldn’t do it here. We then walked a fair way into
the middle of town. We were entertained by a military march past which included
children and what seemed to be office workers. We found out later that this was