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... history of the area etc. This place is absolutely incredible!! Words will never be able to explain how I felt when the cloud lifted and the entire city was revealed. The whole site is surrounded by mountains which are almost vertical. I can't begin to comprehend how they built this city. Although we never had blue sky it was still amazing and somewhat magical to be there, surrounded by cloud. At 11am I climbed an additional 3,000 steps ...
... the locals. This kind of segregation really ****** me off, as it completely flies in the face of getting involved in the culture of the country. Prices in the local car were just as expensive however at 80ish sols ($26), which for a 45minute journey is one of the most expensive I have paid for. The ticket woman insisted that this is the price for the locals too, but I call BS. We saw a sign advertising 5sols. There's no way locals would ever be able to travel into the town at another ...
... hostel, but this turned out to be nicer than the main one. They had one shower between 18, we had a couple, though other than my shoes I didn't even bother changing, as the spa felt like a wash, and there I had put the same sweaty clothes back on. This turned out to be kind of a mistake as after food we hit a 'club' to celebrate Sophie's birthday. She was on my tour in Rurrenbaque, but being ill I hadn't made much effort to get to know her (or anyone else ...
... of finality, a bittersweet feeling of "well now what" "this has been a goal of mine for a very long time, what am i going to do now" etc. I have long ago recognized this as one of my short comings. I need to learn to acknowledge and appreciate my victories and to enjoy them fully rather then jump ahead in my brain. Every situation no matter how positive will have a downside, you can choose how much weight to give it. Luckliy i have had a tiny bit of personal growth in ...
On our fourth day in Peru, we visited Machu Picchu. It is a 15th century Inca site located high above sea level (7,972 ft). The night before, we stayed in a town, Aguas Calientes, that was just beneath Machu Picchu. This morning, we took a bus up the mountain, which was actually pretty scary! The roads were steep and narrow, and at times it felt like the bus would just fall over the side of the ledge. However, we made it ...
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