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... I completely missed lunch as I wasn't well and I had Jeremy help me walk in the afternoon so I didn't faint. I got to camp and had a rest and started to feel a little better but I was gutted that I missed all the inca sites that day. We also found out that day that there would be a two day train strike meaning we our train back to Ollantaytambo the next day could be cancelled. The next day we had a 3.30pm wake up call. This was because the porters had to pack up the tents and ...
... 80's and 90's brought a huge amount of fear and sadness to the city, all whilst he got stinking stinking rich from trafficking cocaine to the United States (he made it to the Forbes rich list even.) Early on, the people loved him as he donated huge amounts of money to community projects and helped the poor - he was named the 'Robin Hood of Medellin'. This didn't last long when people began to realise his actions were purely selfish....he wanted to gain votes to get ...
... and say "I’m here. I’m at Machu Pichhu. This is awesome!"
Because so many people want to see Machu Picchu, the number of visitors is limited to 2500 per day. However, because the site is so large, there were also special moments away from others when we felt we were exploring these ancient ruins by ourselves.
To take it easy, we had booked tickets for two days. That was great because both days were ...
Day 3. Given that day 2 only came to a close at 2am, and day 3 started at 5.45, it has been a very tiring day. The reason for the late finish was certain individuals seeking artistic perfection with their chalk board designs. Of course, there was plenty of constructive critism to assist in the process. Makeup for the girls and location setup for the boys meant an early start and a busy day. The ...
... leaving. I think K had an Inka Cola (she had become obsessed over the past few days!). We really enjoyed the ride, it was impossible not to with the scenery surrounding us. If I have not said it enough yet, the Andes are absolutely incredible. The train tracks followed the course of the roaring Urubamba river, and the banks were littered with small rural communities with 20,000 foot snow-capped peaks in the background.
The starting point ...