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... he found it on 24th July 1911.
As the group tour finished we decided to climb back up to the Sun gate and have a picnic, we were rewarded with some good views and enjoyed ourselves.
After no rain in 5 days of walking and sight seeing as we stepped off the bus in the small town of Aguas Calientes to meet back up with the group for food the heavens opened giving us a new understanding of what the term 'rainy season' meant. ...
We were already in Cusco the starting point for our trip. We checked out of our hostel and walked with our bags to Hotel Prisma. We had the day free, which meant exploring cusco a little more was most definitely on the cards. At 5.30 we had a briefing with our tour guide, Percy. We also met the rest of the group:
Jae, Jahnie, Phillip, Luise, John, Rhianwyn, Peter, Jenny, Peter Senior, Joe, Hilda, Ann, Ann-Mari and Frank.
... flavored chocolate “jams,” before catching a bus back to Urubamba. From the bus station, before walking “home,” we hit the Mercado to shop for dinner. By the time we returned to Llama Pack, Mariela and her family had arrived back from Machu Picchu to give us the lowdown and for great company.
Thursday was a catch up day for all of us, except Jonathan who spent all day working, from a table in the hostel, on a conference call. Noa and Eli ...
... The weather was taking a turn for the worse, with it now being cold and rainy. For some reason, Freddie seemed to have a proclivity for seeking out less than ideal weather conditions as the best time to give long, drawn out stories that weren't super relevant or interesting and could just as easily be done under a tent around dinner. As a result, we sat idle in the pouring rain for about 20 mins listening to Freddie. I was literally shivering, as I was wearing shorts and was too ...
... lots of money on trekking brand goods, they often wore suit pants and saddles in most cases. Just goes to show how easily we westerns are swayed into thinking clothes make the difference. The first official day in the tour was one where we spent the day in nearby villages & their ruins. We saw Ollantaytambo valley and then the town, along with Pisac. We also went to a mountain village called De Taray which is part of a G Adventures community program to bring money to ...
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