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... and she doesn't speak any English. So her and Gabe are talking in Spanish about what specifically our skills are and what we can schedule for the kids. I felt like we were under some serious scrutiny! But she was quite nice as we were leaving. We both got the feeling we're kind of a hassle but I think it's mostly the language barrier. The boys def take some time to warm up. But they all seem quite sweet. Some of the little ones would talk and play ...
... and on the centre where there was grass, benches and a giant nativity scene. However, the road winding around the square which during the day becomes a giant uncontrolled chaotic roundabout was completely empty.
The intensity of the crowd continued to increase as midnight approached until right on midnight (or close enough to midnight when there was no official countdown) the square exploded with an intense energy. It was a mass of uncontrolled ...
... at least. The South African guy carried all the stuff for both him and his girlfriend (over 10kgs which was a lot bearing in mind the porters had 6kgs of stuff for each of us) and when it was a bit hot for here he would stand to shade her, kind of amusing to watch, but very chivalrous too. Our first glimpses of what was to come on the trip started with lunchtime. I was expecting to be given just a couple of sandwiches and a carton of drink, we arrived to a tent ...
... your passport, and then make you sign into a book as well. I suppose it was better than letting all 200 people in at the same time though, because at least we were staggered on the hike up the mountain. It was a pretty difficult hike that went straight up the front of the mountain. It was a bit annoying at parts because you end up catching up to people who hike a lot slower than you, but there’s not many places where you can pass ...
... We reached this spot around 11:30 AM. It was absolutely beautiful.
After a brief rest, it was time to finish the climb. A quick 30 minute climb straight up brought us to the Llactapata archaeological site at 9,700 feet. It was discovered by Hiram Bingham (the same man who discovered Machu Picchu) in 1912. It's believed that it was a shrine which allowed travelers to hold ceremonies and ...