Incama Hostel Cusco
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... thought was awesome but wouldn't be great for those with claustrophobia, before getting on the laziest horses I've ever seen - despite numerous kicks to the belly, getting them out of a walk proved all but impossible. I was told I'd got the naughty one, which I didn't really believe until it decided to have a big bite of Nicky's horse! Once we'd had a quick pint in the Plaza de Armas we went back to the hostel for our pre-Inca trail ...
... for the girls drinks I spotted two guys using walkie talkies.....genius! We so wanted to find some for ourselves! It would have been so cool. Closest thing we came to having some was holding our hands up to our mouths, saying over and out! Better than the real thing right?
After heaps of fun with our hand walkie talkies we found a nearby Irish pub (Paddys of course) which was showing the game! It was packed. People kept trying to come in ...
... rain had stopped but a mean wind had picked up so the people in shorts and t-shirts started to freeze. We made our way past our street and into a bar overlooking the Cusco where we had a lesson on how to make a pisco Sour. Like Australia and New Zealand with the Pavlova, the Chileans and Peruvians have the Pisco Sour. At the end of the tour Lauren won a beer by answering a question so it was all worth it. Lee and Leanne also came along to the tour so afterwards we ...
... break, then get going again. Near the end though, it was more a stop every minute to gather myself, take some deep breaths, and continue forward. Eventually, I am able to see the top and power through, ignoring the fatigue and reach the top. The feeling of accomplishment is incredible, one of the prouder physical things I have ever accomplished. The views are unbelievable. We hang at the top for around 30 minutes as everyone slowly arrives ...
... it was relentless. The incas had laid the sturdy rock path over 500 years ago and it remained very well in tack to this day. In some sections the stone work is extraordinary, their ability to lift and carry the heavy stones and arrange them in place was unbelievable. Some stones would have taken at least 4 men to lift. The constant uphill battle combined with the thin air combined to make a challenging climb. I was fortunate enough to reach the top in just under an hour which ...