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... Just getting to Machu Picchu is an adventure. You ascend by train from the town of Ollaytatambo through some dramatic mountain landscape. Then the last 30 minutes is by bus up a narrow dirt road. A lot of the vegetation looks like a rain forest, since these mountains border the origin of the Amazon. To say that Machu Picchu is a tourist attraction hardly describes the torrent of tourists who visit. One of our guides said that the average number is 5000 people per ...
... were 24.
The highlight was visiting the school. Some boys were playing outside when we arrived and all rushed over to check us out and talk to our guide, Nico, who obviously has a strong rapport with everyone there. After they left we sat at the meals area while Nico told us a bit about the school but we soon had to move as kids came out to sit in the area with a drink and a bowl of cereal. They seemed to have set tables to sit at and said a prayer of thanks before sitting ...
... It was a very obvious choice for me...heck No! But of course I couldn't stop the Frenchie so I convinced him that he will much enjoy himself without me wyning, suffering, complaining and probably almost dying on the side ....and that I would also much rather be exploring the town and do cultural experiences than treck for 5 days! You know me... Thankfully we both agreed :-)
On my part, here's what I did.
... yet - but the ceiling was covered in wine bottles, and there was a Cusco beer on the wall! Following our pizza, chips and oversized drinks bottles, we searched for a bracelet for me as Bob's 'that knot definitely won't come undone' evidently did, (later we would discover that mine were just as poor, when she lost her Lima bracelet too). I also invested in some Peruvian silver in the form of a ring to take the place of mine that I left in the UK. This evening we went to our ...
Well hasn't it been a week! I’ve travelled through four countries, taken 3 different flights and already seen some stunning views. I’m back in Cusco, Peru and it feels good!
I can see my month in Cusco will fly by. Despite some pre-departure feelings of anticipation of the challenges ahead, now that I have arrived, I feel positive of the month to come. The purpose of this trip is for my final year dissertation, ...