Quinta Patawasi Bed & Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... limit the access to the site in order to preserve the ruins, beginning next year. Later that afternoon, the trekking group met up in Aguas Calientes for a meal. We then headed to nearby hot springs, which was effectively a much needed warm bath. Around 6.30 we boarded a train back to our original starting point and that was that. The Inca trail was completed. This was one of my favourite parts of the trip so far and I'm so glad to have done it. It is something I'll never ...
... like we were floating above the clouds, I could only think 2 things. 1) How incredible it was to build this, 10,000 men, 70 years it took, a feat of human ingenuity, engineering and beauty, and 2) How the **** does a statue a Jesus plonked on a hill post industrial revolution constitute the same respect as this masterpiece?
Somethings we will never know I suppose, for the rest of the day we marvelled and walked up Huyana Pichu, the large step mountain behind, how the hell ...
... terracing of the mountainside and a number of buildings. From here we climbed to the last village before Aguas Caliente, Wayllabamba (3000m/8923ft) from where we took in a cloudy vista of the valley and snippets of the Nevado Verónica Volcano. Another two hour climb saw us arrive at our first camp in Ayapata (3300m/10829ft), where we found our porters, who had set up our camp and brought us bowls of warm water, soap and small towels. We drank hot cups of coca tea as we took in ...
... overhead and rained down on us for some time with lightening and very loud thunder. We were sleeping in the cloud forest after all. When we were awoken with our coca tea at 5:20 I took a photo out of our tent where you could see the peaks of the mountains in the distance. It would be the last time we saw them for most of the day! After that the clouds rolled in and we were unable to see any of the glaciers or even what was more than 10 feet in front of us. What we did see were many ...
... at the first line. It was around 150 metres long and after a very brief safety explanation we flew across. The 2nd line was a bit longer and a few lighter people were stuck halfway and had to wait for the instructors to help collect them. The 3rd and 4th line were definitely the most intense as we went back and forth across the canyon, 200m high and over 400m across. We were encouraged to go upside down on the 4th line which was quite frightening although ...