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... and some fruit. So we load up and head back to boil the eggs for our favourite snack for tomorrow. We realise we have no appliances to properly boil eggs, so Leesh and Frazer come up with the genius ideas of boiling eggs in a rice cooker and a kettle. Frazer laughs as he mentions he has done it before and he sits back with his finger on the kettle button, flicking it back on each time it clicked off as he sat on his phone with his other hand. Our eggs we placed in ...
... opinion of Hiram Bingham, the guy who found Machu Picchu in 1911 and it's obvious we have touched a raw nerve. We kick on with a couple of further hours until lunch break but the views are amazing and time flies as we arrive at the restaurant pretty quick. We are greeted with the usual soup and main dish and we are given a half hour to relax before we head off again, and we both almost fall asleep in the small timeframe before we hear Elvis rounding us up yelling 'Vamos'. ...
... all in. Frank blazed past us on the downhill, intent on completing the shorter walk to the Inca Bridge as well, which he just managed in time for the bus. Bragging rights for our group: 14/15 got to the Sun Gate and half of those went to the Inca Bridge as well. Walter said the average for his (or all OAT groups?) for reaching the Gate is only 15%. (Does he keep records??) We met our people in the Plaza de Armas and walked thru town in the rain to our lunch restaurant, which ...
... vkročili do areálu MP. Vyfotili jsme víc panoramat, potkali jsme první Cechy za tři měsíce, z čehož jsem byla docela nadšená. Kolem 3.30 odpoledne jsme byli hotovi a už jsme neměli víc casu, jelikož MP zavírá ve 4. Vlastně jsme nestihli úplně všechno si to prohlédnout a myslím si, ze kdybychom ještě měli šanci se sem někdy podívat, tak by jsme vynechali Huyana Picchu a místo toho strávili ...
... His son is named Inti Gabriel. We all know who Gabriel was, but perhaps not so with Inti - another name for the Incan sun god. Another example of the dualism we found in the cathedral in Cusco. Jose was aghast that the Western World thought his people had no writing, so he demonstrated the khipu. Khipus were recording devices historically used in the region, consisting of colored, spun, and plied thread or strings from llama or alpaca hair. For the ...
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