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... keep me amused for that long?! It was an absolutely fascinating day and I loved it. Yes, it was busy in some places, but it was very easy to find a spot on your own, and actually towards the middle of the afternoon, most people had gone. I have no idea how many steps I climbed up and down (I expect my legs will feel it tomorrow!) or how many miles I knocked up - but every step, every drop of sweat was worth it!!! As I put in my title - this is the 'Icing on the cake' of my South American ...
... I think now. She said it was fun, although I thought I had more fun. I slept late and went to the spa for a massage. I guess to each his own!
When she returned, she had a quick massage, and then we had to hike a huge hill with luggage to get back to the train at 5:00. But when you arrive at the Orient Express, and wait in their luxurious lounge, it is worth it. We have been in the bar with the crowd of people and ...
... aren't sure how it exactly happened, but for some reason we were all given seats in the business class section of the plane. It could have been they were the only seats left on the flight or it could have been LAN’s attempt to make up for the Quito saga. I have a feeling it was the former and not the latter. The flight to Cusco was very good. While I wasn’t actually awake for take off (it has been a couple of long days with not much sleep), it was ...
... somewhat calmed down when we started up again it turned into snow once again. So really the only thing we were missing was the actual sunshine and an earthquake to complete the whole spectrum. The sun came out so that we were slowly but surely undressing again before getting to our night camp. As it started raining everyone was hiding away in the tents so as one of the tents had been leaking the previous night we rearranged to make it work without the leaking ...
... and further up the Urubamba river than Ollyantaytambo. It is now closed to the public. At the top you could see buildings, store houses, residential buildings, leading to the terraces below. In the corner closest to the river was the sun temple. Our guide, Eddie told us it used to be a market place where the Incas would bring foods to trade and collect supplies. We would have loved the chance to explore it further. (These remained some of my favourite ruins to the end). Another ...
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