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The alarm went at 3.50am this morning nice and early! We met Tess and Jack just after 4 o'clock and made our way down the road to the entrance of Machu Picchu. We had the pleasure of between 4 and 6 dogs walking with us which was really cute. We were the first people to get there and line up at the gate before the bridge. We were there at 4.30 and had to wait until 5am when the gates were open. Once it came 5 o'clock a guard came and opened ...
... had traversed yesterday. We enjoyed some cereal and yoghurt with freshly stewed strawberries, and given my recent past I also imbibed a couple of cups of coca tea, thinking we were heading high up into the mountains. As it turns out, we were going to be about 1000 metres lower than Cusco at our highest point today so the coca tea was probably not required. None-the-less, better safe than sorry.
Our cab arrived right on time, and we made our way to ...
... beetle and stopped for photos by a waterfall.
... Bingham called "The most beautiful wall in America".
The Temple of the Condor is theatrical! Craftsmen have embellished natural formations, with a triangular rock on the ground carved with eyes, beak and ruff to be the head of the condor and the two outstretched wings rising above.
We also appreciated the aesthetic of the masonry ...
We left our backpacks at Hostel Mallqui and set off with overnight bags to the office of the tour company, just down the road. We were then walked round to Plaza San Francisco to get on the bus. There were heaps of people waiting around and it was a bit confusing who was with which company and who was getting on which bus - it all seemed a bit mix and match. We were supposed to be on a bus with an English speaking guide but were eventually put on a bus completely ...