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Travel Blogs from Pisac
... of public transport here is a collectivo - a shared minibus where some of your fellow passengers may or may not be chickens. They´re by far the cheapest way to get around (S./ 3 to get to Pisac - about 60p) but have the disadvantage of no set departure times, meaning you have to wait for it to fill up before leaving - sometimes you can be waiting on the bus for 40 minutes before it gets moving.
Once at Pisac I took ...
... is much more dramatic than what you can experience through a photograph.
Situated on a high plateau (remember we're around 11, 500 feet), this archaeological site takes advantage of several huge terraced circular depressions. Some say these enormous craters came to be as a direct meteor hit, but whether they are natural or space-made, they are grandly sculpted with symmetrical bands of ...
... like to put caramel on a lot of things in Peru) and headed to the checkpoint. We ended up being the second team at the checkpoint where we had to wait until 5:30am for the gaurd to arrive, check our passes and let us through. Since we were the second group out of a lot we were able to make it to the sun gate at sunrise however you couldn't see a thing. It was so cloudy, or actually we were basically inside a cloud, that you couldn't see more then 10ft in front of you. This ...
... turned out to be an incredible afternoon… “Do you ride bikes at
home?” Said the man. “Er, yeah” we both grumbled. “OK,” he said “Would you like
to ride up there on your own 400cc bike?” “YES!” was our first coherent word of
the day, “YES we would love to”. So after a quick decision that I would drive
there and Jonny would drive back (I thought he might be soberer by then) ...
... br> -find spay paint
-climb roofs for two pictures:
1: of the mural I have to pass every day to get to the school (its massive and couldn't get the picture without climbing ****)
2: get a proper picture of the beautiful hills and houses that swallow this city, yes swallow.
3: camping trip up in the hills when I get my tent sent to me.
I will add things like this as I go. Tonight I will go out to see live music at Km. 0