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... and we couldn't see anything. We met a cool British guy named Ed who would spend most of the visit with us and had a great sense of humor to match the already fun vibes of me, Ellie, and Lukas. We walked around the ruins for many hours. No doubt, it was amazing; but it was a little too touristy and fake feeling for my liking. I understand that a but of maintenance needs to happen in order to keep it safe to walk through but this was just ridiculous. There were closed ...
... with and asked if I wanted to come along, silly question. Seeing Archie was absolutely awesome. We kept saying how surreal it felt to be half way across the world together having beers in a bar. It was so great to see a familiar face and to spend time with someone I trust. I had an awesome night with Archie. We went out to a few clubs and had more drinks. It was a great ...
... sun gate photos, where it being late afternoon took the **** with the amount of sun there was, we set off for Machu Picchu. Most of the group headed off in a canter while the Aussie component and Minto took it easy down the 40 odd minute walk to the site. Once arriving it was breath taking at the size and beauty of the site. With it being very late in the evening there were no tourists, a sight our guide had said he'd only seen twice in his 7 years doing ...
... we got off the bus we were greeted by the 'Green Machine' - our team from Alpaca Expeditions: the guide (Savi), the chef (Mario) and 11 porters! They applauded as we got off the bus and we felt that we really didn't deserve it since all we had done was snooze on the bus! Breakfast exceeded all expectations. After we washed our hands in our personal bowls with hot water and soap, and dried them with our numbered towels, we sat down at the table laid in the campsite area and ...
... and the trail was gentle on me. Finished the hike at lunch time and had some FREE-TIME. We got to rest a little, clean up and explore the area. There were some ruins nearby that were not infested with tourists. I pretended to be an Inka Ruler who changed history by stomping on the Spaniards.
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