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... we know we need to get to the bus station and that vus takes us on quite a trip up to the Inca rail trip to Aguas Calintes. knowing time will be of an essence we get our bus tickets, put our bags in left luggage and then taxi into town, setting the alarm clock to remind us when to return to the bus station. The day is warm and our legs feel strangely heavy as we get around the historic centre of Cuzco. There isclearly a big celebration on- the main square ...
... start the highest Salsa Club in the world at 3800metres. We all learned a routine which we captured on video for those who would like to see it. We definitely got tired more quickly.
The weather on the first two days was perfect. The second day hiking was the hardest, walking 1km up in altitude and approx 14km in distance. It was hard to breathe because we were climbing up to 4200m but also full of steps. The Inka's loved steps and not just any steps, tall steps. ...
... of clothes for tomorrow, core toiletries, and sunscreen and big spray. He shoves it into his back pack, asks me if the half bottle of water I'm carrying is all I have (it was enough for the other hikes, would today be different?), and off we go!
Right away I can tell that this is different. Everything is much more like the jungle. And it's incredibly humid! All the locations I've hiked so far have been warm (not hot) but very dry. As it turns out, we're basically ...
... In fact, he visited the ruins of Vilcbamba, the actual lost city, but didn't realize at the time what it was.
Later, when he "found" Machu Picchu, he named his "discovery" the lost city of the Incas.
So, ultimately, Bingham is considered by Peruvians to be the
"scientific" discoverer of Machu Picchu, the city was never lost in the first place. And, while not news to Peruvians who knew of or actually lived ...
... atmosphere. The city was never completed as those working on it abandoned it to go fight the Spanish and protect their families ,leaving the structures to be consumed by nature for over 400 years. The Inca Trail, is a famous tourist route to Machu Picchu that needs to be booked well in advance, so we opted for the jungle trail, a mix between zip lining, mountain biking, white water rafting and hiking up to the foothill of Machu Picchu before submitting on the ...
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