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... into a space that will allow an approaching vehicle to pass. Snow balls and a little snow man happen spontaneously in a total white-out scenery, all the passengers enjoying the winter wonderland despite the freezing temperature, before we hurry back into the van and onwards down the mountain into the valleys and eventually arriving at the remote little town of Lares. We spend the evening in the hot water pools with a few international trekkers on group hiking ...
... luggage was pulled over. That's hilarious. Jeff and I, along with Henry, and the two Canadian sisters, went to eat at one of their recommendations...but it was full, so we went to their sister restaurant, and had a good time. We were stuffed. Jeff ate the guinea pig and I stuck with trout. I was so happy to SEE VEGETABLES. Tomorrow we have a walking tour of Cusco (elevation, 11K) and in the ...
... atall! Thankfully there was a long bus journey to the train station where we grabbed the opportunity to get a little more shut eye. I woke up as the bus was pulling into the train station, I knew something didn't feel right. I was dizzy and felt nauseous, the dreaded altitude sickness seemed to be closing in! Cusco is over 11,000 ft above sea level making it one of the highest cities on earth. Machu Picchu, however, is only 8,000 ft asl, so I knew all I had to ...
... the size of a person or two,
pieced together perfectly as though they were puzzle pieces, to form an
imposing three tiered zig zag shaped wall. The craftsmanship of the walls and
the intricate way in which the boulders were pieced together, as well as trying
to figure out how the huge pieces of rock were moved and crafted, was
What we could see of Saqsaywaman however is only 20% of the
Final day of hiking! Hike from Patacancha to Ollantaytambo 16km hike, all downhill with elevation loss of 1,208 meters (4,000m to 2,792m) The town we stayed in Sunday night, Patacancha is along the highway and has access to cars and buses! So we had the option of taking a bus into Ollantaytambo where we will catch a train to Machu Picchu. The hike today is all downhill so we opted to walk and possibly catch a collectivo along the way if we were feeling burnt out. We ended up ...