Hostal Madre Tierra
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... each other and start pushing hard. The burning in our legs and bum is painful and we have to slow down again but determined to not let anyone else overtake us, we push through the pain and can see and hear Cam yelling out to us 'you got this, do it for Australia' haha. We turn the final corner and we are there. Cam asks us how we are and Leesh throws some profanity around re: how painful and torturous that was haha. We collapse onto a rock and I hang the sweaty clothes out to dry ...
... tree trunk. We were able to also climb the bell tower for a view of the city below.
We got a little lost coming back from San Blas. We missed our turn onto Sunturwasi and eventually ended up in Plaza de Nazarenas before finding our way back to the hotel. It wouldn't have been too bad had we not been so hungry. Luckily, we had leftovers in the fridge which we gobbled up with some leftover wine, so we recovered quickly.
We had also ...
We woke up bright and early today, so we could head out to Cusco. However we faced a problem getting all of us and our bags in the van. Using our teamwork, we solved our Jenga puzzle. That was not only obstacle we faced this morning. When we got to the airport, our plane was already boarding. We ran like the track stars and made it to our plane.
When we got to the hotel, we drank some coca tea. The tea was hot and plain, ...
... with a visit to a chocolate museum being the most strenuous thing we carried out. However at around 1pm we met up with two friends we made on the inca trail, plus Cliser, one of our guides. We then spent an hour in the Choco museo, tasting and finding out about chocolate, before we went to the Inca museum. Having our own guide for this was amazing. Cliser told us legends of how the inca came to be, explained where the legends came ...
Today we visited The sacred Valley of the Incas. The tour operator picked us up at 8:40am and after going around hundreds of hotels collecting enthusiastic bodies we were fnally leaving Cusco at around 9am
We climbed up the same ondulating road that took us to Tambomachay yesterday and after passing the highest point on the road our first stop was a small village called Corao, the bus took us to a handicraft market where travellers ...