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... our next activity the steep, long hike to the granaries at Pinkulluna up runs, perched on a ledge high above the town. Long, wide steps lured us into a false sense of security at the bottom of the climb, but we soon found ourselves following a sharp incline as the buildings dropped away below us. Twenty minuets in, the path itself had begun to disappear, and we needed to use hands and feet to scramble across the edge of the cliff face, hauling ourselves up on boulders to ...
The tourist who took us to the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu was very professional. He knew what he was talking about and where we were at all times. It was one of the most interesting, coolest places I have been throughout my time in Peru. ...
As planned, we were up bright and early on Day 1 of our 4 day Inca Trail trek, and were driven to the starting checkpoint along with the other 12 people in our group. Alex and I were quickly made aware that the trek was going to be hard when we saw that everyone else had paid for porters to carry their belongings (something that we had decided was too expensive for our strict budget). When the guides saw that we would be carrying all our things PLUS our mattresses and ...
... would be nice and sheltered from the rain, but nearly got excavated by dogs thinking the same thing the next morning. After a visit to the town to buy my Machu Picchu ticket and a torch - my head torch was nowhere to be found in my bag, I went to bed.
I had set my alarm so I could set off at 5am when the park opens, but snoozed, so ended up setting off at 6am. Not even the promised raptures of Machu Picchu could stop the snooze monster. ...
... music, making it really hard to hear or try and explain what we wanted. Our meals came out and the Guinea Pigs had been presented especially so we could see they were guinea pig, they took them away and then prepared them for us to eat. Once the meals were ready and dug in. It's hard to say exactly what it tastes like, people have told me it tastes like chicken, I didn't get that. It had the texture of Chicken, but a similar taste to duck, but a slightly ...
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