Andenes de Saphy
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Very Nice place to stay very clean and the staff is very helpful
Great Sheets by the way !!!!
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... first glimmers of the sun rise up over the mountains as we showed our passports (which is something we have to do everywhere you go!!) and into MP we went. Walking along the initial walkway was enough to make our jaws drop open and we hadn't even got to the main view point yet. Everyone stopped and took photos of the sun rising up across the terraces, lighting every corner of the site with gold - it was truly a magical sight. Onwards around the corner and we had the view we had ...
... around the Inca ruins. We also got a beautiful view of the sun rising over the mountains. After the tour we took a water break and then headed up another 2,000 steps to the top of Machu Picchu mountain for an aerial view of the ruins. This was another exhausting hike and it was also getting hotter up there but I made it to the top! Then it was going to be down another almost 4,000 steps to the bottom. My body ...
... started. We found an Ecuadorian bar with some people as most bar was empty. We made friend with Ecuadorian people and they bought us drinks. Once the match was over, everyone left so we left and the bar closed. We found somewhere to eat and asked the lady at the hostel about the bus to Mancora in Peru, crossing over the boarder. She said that there is only 2 buses leaving from Cuecan, 7am ...