Hatun Wasi Urubamba
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Great rustic- villa feeling hotel with very accomodating staff.
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... one chimed in every 5 minutes, but nevertheless they were very loud. Eventually we reached the train station and got on the train very smoothly. It was us 3 and then a man named JB who looked about 50. He didn't talk the entire time, even when I accidentally kicked him. The train ride was about 1-2 hours and very rocky, but it was clean so I can't complain! While we were leaving the train the cutest blonde haired family started talking to us and asked where we were from. They were ...
... train to Mach Picchu - it's a beautiful, scenic 90 minute ride. The Andes are breathtaking, and although there is basically no snow on them even though they are 14,000 feet hight or more, the very highest ranges at 20,000 feet have the most magnificent glaciers on them. Hard to get a pic from the train.
The afternoon was spent wandering Machu Picchu for three+ hours. I will post the pictures with explanations - will be easier!
... when West popped his head out of a truck and said, "hey!" Such a strange coincidence. It was really awesome to see him since he is probably the closest friend I've made in all of my travels. He was in the truck with his friend Aldo, who he is living with and helping out on his farm, and Aldo's three dogs who were in the back of the truck. We told them our plan to camp out and Aldo invited us to camp on his property and eat dinner with ...
... Dave, Ruth, and I decided to stay at camp and rest. My knees were just shot. (This was my one regret on the trip as these ruins were spectacular as reported by the kids. But I have no idea how we would have made it.)
When we were all back at camp, we headed to tea time and were greeting by a cake that Renee had made for us....and our daily dose of popcorn. Dinner followed with ...
... place; we were the only visitors there exploring the huge terraces and houses. Savi once again switched into his calm, passionate lecturer mode, telling us all about the history and architecture of the town. His passion was catching! Savi showed us a fountain which still had water flowing through it, and he changed its flow type with the swipe of a finger - we still have no idea how it actually works despite his explanations and so we were all in awe of the inca magic. ...