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... then began climbing the zig zag road which would take us to the top. It was too bad, and I managed to look for most of the way up - I definitely think I'm improving with heights (as long as what I'm on doesn't wobble!). At the top the bus stopped in front of the Sanctuary Hotel and we all got off (I was actually a bit disappointed with the hotel - considering the price of it - it looked a bit like a travelodge to me!). There are lots of rules in Machu Picchu - no food, only ...
... private view of the Inca world. When my legs finally gave up, I aptly found myself slumped on a wall inbetween a girl with a broken leg and an obese American woman. I stayed there until it was time to get the bus down to the nearest town. Stinking and exhausted, our group piled into a restaurant and I ordered a humongous glass of Sangria. The Inca Trail experience was horrendous in places but I wouldn't change a thing about it. Especially not having my amazing, superhuman mum by my side for the ...
... carved into the ground under a rock that looked like the shape of a condor sitting up. I liked this building and carvings the best. Finally we got to go off on our own and explore the site. We headed up towards the Inca bridge and at first glance it didn't seem all that impressive until you looked down and saw just how and where they had stacked the stones. The bridge was a path that was made up of rocks stacked up around the side of the mountain so the path could continue. It ...
... which was a very steep 45 minute climb up lots of stairs. We sat here and waited to see the sun rise over the city down below, which was a fantastic sight to see. Our morning was spent wandering around the sight, walking up and down many stairs in the heat, which was tiring. The views were really impressive and was hard to believe that this city existed so high up in this remote area of the ...
... During our exploration we found some stone blocks on either side of the doors with a channel cut out which they apparently used to lock the doors. This site also had a very impressive water way that ran from higher up the hill and along the top of the outer wall to feed the fountains inside. Not long after Sayacmarca we came to a campsite where we all assumed we were stopping for lunch as most of the groups porters had set up the lunch tents, it turns out our porters had ...