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Travel Blogs from Ollantaytambo
Wednesday 10th October: We drove in the morning to km 82 which is the start of the infamous Inca Trail!! We got our photos taken at the starting point and got our passports stamped and off we went!! The 1st day wasn´t too difficult, the altitude only reached 3200m above sea level and we walked for around 6 hours to the 1st campsite of the trek …
We had a guided tour of many Inca ruins, each one better than the last one, so I am excited about what we will see in Machu Pichu in a few days. We climbed at least a thousand steps today to view the amazing carved Inca mountainsides. It was a clear day, so the sight-seeing was very enjoyeable. We part from the rest of our group tomorrow, as they …
- a really cool town
- former Inca capital
Ccaccaccollo Community -18.12.10
- local women spinning, dyeing and weaving llama and alpaca wool
View of the Sacred Valley
Ruins at Pisac -18.12.10
Market at Pisac Town
Ollantaytambo -18.12.10 …
Its almost here!
This day is pretty much dedicated to getting to the base town where the majority of inka trailers stay before begginig their 3 day hike, and to get a bit of history on the Inkas.
But before we get to the town by our own private bus, we make a few stops at some inka ruins, a tiny weaving community and an awesome …
This morning I woke up before my alarm and had a shower, got dressed and had breakfast. We were all ready to leave at 7.30am. We walked to where we supposed to meet our bus and waited about 20 minutes. Then Katy got a call that the bus driver couldnīt get down the street we were on so we walked a bit further to find it. Katy introduced us to our …