Hatun Wasi Urubamba
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Great rustic- villa feeling hotel with very accomodating staff.
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... don't go. We made it. And we filed onto the busses and off we went to the Saqsayhuaman. There are alpacas that live there, wandering around. Well, when we got there, three of them were going a mating dance. The crowd made a few good jokes. The female was holding her own, though, and I'm not sure how it ended. When we saw them again coming back to the parkinglot they were all munching grass in the shade like nothing happened. Back into the busses we go, and we check out ...
... Bruno encouraged me to hang in there and if need be, they would get the emergency horse to help me make it to the top. Everyone at breakfast was so supportive by not wanting to leave anyone behind as well, so I decided I would continue on and try and hike as much as I could. We headed off from the base of the Sicllaccasa Mountain to trek to its high point of the pass but within the first 2.5kms, the horse was called in. Apparently my lips had turned blue, my face ...
... of Picchu) actually meant big penis and that everyone pronounces it wrong, that in Qechua there us a differentiation between Pichu and Picchu (pronounced Pick-chu). Since Machu means old, they told us everyone was basically just saying "old penis" the whole time. This is a tourist joke (although people have fallen for it just google it) and Mike asked the porters what it really was and, yea, Pichu and Picchu are the same thing. We struggled with Rony a ...
He came back the following year and brought archaeologist and other explorers. Their work continued for years to clear the jungle and study this.
As you approach this site you really don't see it until you come around a large rock wall and there it is. WOW!
I was thankful to see that most of the walkways were large and flat and I could get around. The steps usually had ...
... we slept very well that night! It was quite a day- one to be forever remembered.
We were given the option to return to the complex in the morning but only 6 of our group decided to do that. The rest of us chose to sleep in and explore (i.e. shop) the town of Machu Picchu.