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... the hot springs we set off by bus for the town and the promise of an actual room in an actual building ... We did get this, but we hadn't realised that cockroaches would be thrown in free of charge, a mainly sleepless night ensued for Lisa whilst Peter was charged with squashing roaches. Sadly par for the course with our tour company and guide (Condetravel, never use them!). The next morning began the same way day two ended as we had no power in the dark ...
... mountainside. At the end of today's section, you had a choice to extend the route by half an hour to go via an Inca site. We'd already passed a few on our journey but I'm so glad I chowed down on an extra cereal bar and powered on for that 30 minutes. You turn a corner at the end of a track and find yourself stood on a terrace at the top of a site which the Incas used for agriculture. The view, in my opinion, was the best of the whole trek. Past the terraces you looked right down ...
... the tip had been so uncomfortable, this flowed into dinner. And it was pretty quiet. Towards the end of dinner the guide brought up the subject of the tip again and told us he would gather the porters for the ceremony. One of the porters brought in a cake they had made with the words welcome to Machu Picchu on it. It was pretty impressive that they could make it on a gas stove in a pan. It was orange cake, delicious. Vicki has been looking forward to mountain cake for 2 years ...
... on her dream vacation to Machu Picchu, which I just loved. Now, Machu Micchu is one of the seven wonders of the world, they don't half cash in on it. South America is pretty cheap to travel if you're careful, but Machu Picchu just blows the budget. We were hoping it was going to be worth all the dollar and early alarm calls. The train ticket was worth every penny ($85 one way), what many may not know (we wouldn't have unless mum had told us) is that the trip up to Machu ...
... workers went to rest. Once we reached camp our tents were already set up and the porters brought us a bowl of warm water to have a wash. Just a short walk from camp was the inca site Wayllabamba, but only the two of us were up for going to see it. For lunch we were surprised to have a four course meal so when they served us popcorn not long after we arrived and then another four course dinner soon after that, we were all rolling to bed. Thankfully the mega amounts of left ...
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