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Hola Hope all is well?! The next instalment is pretty diverse given the sites we chose to cover in such a short space of time. Apologies once again for the length. Here goes..... I last left you on our way to Medellin, Colombia after our longest journey yet. We arrived at our shared airbnb apartment at 11am after being up for a gruelling 30 hours. The apartment was uber modern, complete with jacuzzi, we nick named it the big brother house as people were constantly coming and ...
... still carrying fresh water through the area. We walked up a long set of stairs to the Temple of Three Windows and the Main Temple. We were struck by the masonry; the stonework is perfect and still standing after 500 years.
Leaving the temple area, we walked by the quarry, where they would bring the large pieces of granite and finish the shaping/polishing before installation. There were several enormous pieces of granite ...
Ice cold nights, clear glacier lakes, precipitous mountain passes, bug-infested cloud forest, thermal springs, ash raining from the sky and ancient inka ruins - we had it all.It all started with us signing up to the Salkantay trek - an alternative to the traditional Inka trail (couldn't get tickets for it).We left Cusco early morning by car with our guide, Lizandro, and our fellow travellers, Laura and Hanna, ...
Machu Picchu; October 10-11
From Ollantaytambo, we took the recommended first class train called the Vistadome. It was very comfortable and had large scenic windows. For foreigners, the train is the only way to travel to Aguas Callientes, the base city for Machu Picchu. We felt that the government of Peru is making lots of money from Machu Picchu, as the travel to, and visit of, the site were quite expensive. We were willing to pay ...
I was pleased we had taken the advice of our travel doctor and purchased a travellers gastro kit. Suffice to say I wasn't in top form for our exploration of the fabulous Choquequirao. However the trail was much more undulating than on the previous day and I finally settled into a comfortable, if slow pace. Having completed the previous day's trek had made me realise what was possible. The beautiful yet seldom visited site ...
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