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Na 3 dagen Yoga, organisch in de achtertuin gegroeide groente en zelf gekarnde Alpaca-yoghurt nemen we afscheid van onze spirituele kibboets in Yucay en charteren in het op 10 minuten afstand gelegen Urubamba een taxichauffeur die ons incl. al onze bepakking de komende 3 uur langs een 2-tal bijzondere plekken in de omgeving rijdt. Een kleine 40 …
Yeah wifi hasn't been too hot the last couple of days, but we have been in the Amazon jungle, so what did I expect!
We're here now in ollantaytambo the night before the start of the inca trail. The altitude seems to be ok, none of us are suffering any ill effects...so far, fingers crossed for 4200 metres folks!
Sorry it's brief, but bedtime beckons!
... textiles. When you see it you really have to appreciate the time that goes into making the amazing garments. After a bit of shopping, it was time for our longer hike which took us through active salt mines back to the Urubamba river. Warm, salty, water flows from the mountain and for about 1500yrs Andean people have dried it in the 4000 salt beds on the mountain side. We were permitted to walk through the flats, see people preparing for the upcoming season ...
... the commute was over five hours from the time we left our hotel.
At the entrance to Machu Picchu we used the bathroom. At the pay station is a roll of toilet paper. You take off what you need, pay the 1 sole ( about 36 cents) to use the bathroom facilities. They were clean and had lots of soap.
Machu Picchu was amazing. There is a tremendous feeling of awe when you first witness the ruins. It straddles the side of ...
It was a bloody early start, the alarm went off at 4.50am. Even though we agreed we wouldn't drink on the days leading up to the trek, we ended up having a couple of Pisco sours and a bottle of wine with our dinner the night before. We weren't feeling 100% so there wasn't much chit chat as we checked out and waited for our pickup. They came at 5.20am, then we spent the next hour driving around Cusco in the bus picking up all the other people in our group. There were ...