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... to the England V Uruguay game and no doubt were excited by the skills of Louis Suarez- I watched the game in the open square in the town centre of Machupicchu- sitting on the pavers with lots of tourists and excited locals.
I have loaded a few pictures to share the experience of what Peru has to offer- very friendly people and my lack of spanish is not an issue.
Looking forward to see some football in the flesh.
... Lord walks so near to me, hopefully even, so close to you.
I had two days in your precious encounter. I did not want to leave you. As I tried to force myself to leave I felt God whispering the old cliche to me, “Don’t be sad that it’s over, be thankful you got to experience it.” I asked God if He was really talking to me in cliches, then chuckled as I kept turning around for one last glimpse of you, the majestic ...
... happiness to have finished the trek before sitting to admire the view whilst we waited for the others. After some group photos we headed down to Machu Picchu and Pavs gave us a brilliant tour of all the main features, showing us how the structures are weathering and explaining how Unesco's protection means it cannot be restored so tours may be banned for safety in the coming years! We lost our secondary guide somewhere on the tour and. Pavs didn't realise until the ...
... that way we would be able to stay all together closer to the end as we had to all arrive basically at the same time to have lunch and go to the hotsprings that afternoon! We ate breakfast quickly and headed out. This stretch of hike was very pretty, as we were following along a river. This meant lots of little waterfalls and creeks to gaze at while we walked the trail. Also, strawberries! There were tons of little wild strawberries on this stretch of the hike, and Erich and ...
... side of the mountain. Thankfully there weren't too many clouds around which seemed to indicate that the chance of rain was slim, but in the high mountains the weather can change so quickly so we were enjoying the sun as we walked. It was on this second third of the climb that the group began to splinter, with the faster people heading off into the distance. Although steep the terrain wasn't too bad as the path was well walked in. However this didn't last long. We were ...