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... I was happy that I only had a snack for lunch. HOLY. ****. It was like it was a race. But we weren't racing anyone. Shaken, but fine, we unloaded (I should have kissed the ground when we did) and our guide said we were about to witness the magic that is Machu Picchu. We did. With the sun, ever bright, it.was.Amazing. We got a guided tour, and just soaked it all in. According to fit bit I only did 8 miles today but I swear it was 100. It feels like that now! I don't know if ...
... and Harriet came along for the ride. The river was at a 3+ difficulty and was very thrilling. Only falling out once I saw to an accomplishment, again i have videos but no photos. The next day was another early rise, and an 8 hour trek ahead of us through Peruvian jungle. We were only informed about there being deadly snakes and spiders after we had entered, spiders that crawl and jump onto you to bite you. Safe ...
I can't remember how much detail I have provided about our guide, Rony, but his nickname for now and evermore is Tortuga. Day 1 of our hike, we woke up early to put together some breakfast for us to take with us on the bus ride to km 82 where we would start our hike. The bus came at Inca 5:30, meaning 6AM, where we hopped in with the other three people we had met the night before. We made two more stops, picking up Helmut an older Austrian man complete ...
Woke up a bit sore but all things considered I was doing quite well. Thankfully day 3 doesn't have the altitude changes day 2 has. The first section of the day involved an uphill section at the start with 3 small peaks along the way. All was well at the beginning until Jenny went down with altitude sickness. We had to cover her in a lot of warm clothing. She would eventually get stretchered part of the way whilst the rest of us (Craig, Melissa, Minto and ...
... the rocks and making wishes. As Kate went to open her bag she noticed a huge bee buzzing around the zip, as she jumped back the bag began to fall - straight into a muddy puddle! Julien tried to quickly rescue it (which he did) but he also accidentally flinged muddy puddle water in Kate's face - which had the whole group in hysterics! The final walk for the day was downhill again and so we began the final descent happy in the knowledge that the toughest part was over. We ...
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