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You are as beautiful as any picture I have ever seen. Your welcoming arms were a sweet reminder of the great God who created us both and stands over our lives. Thank you, my dear sweet friend, Machu Picchu.
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Hotel in Sacred Valley
Train Ride into Agues Calientes
First Day at MP
Second Day at MP
After meeting our Inca trail group last night we are now heading out this morning for the first day of the trip; doing some site seeing and making our way to Ollantaytambo for the night. As we make our way out of Cusco, we stop overlooking the city at the statue of Christo Blanco. We then made our way to a small community in the hills called Huchuy Qosco.
This small community has been supported by the Planterra foundation started by G Adventures. Since 2005 ...
... told us he'd left for a nap when we found him!). After the tour we got a bus down to Aquas Calientes and went for a swim in the hot pools before lunch. At our final lunch together we all thanked and tipped the guides and swapped emails before heading to the train. Apparently it is one of the 'top ten train journeys to do in your life' because of the amazing mountainous scenery and views, and the train has huge panoramic windows in the sides and roof - we really ...
... hung back so they could pick handfuls of the tiny sweet berries. The group did end up spreading out a bit, but not nearly as much as the first two days. This hike was only a few hours in the morning, and before we knew it we had made it to the checkpoint where we formed one big group and walked the last five minutes to our third campsite! By this point everyone was feeling fairly stiff and sore, thankfully after lunch we were headed to the nearby hot springs for some rest and ...
... the trees on a path that seemed to be getting steeper and steeper. The path began to shove steps built into it from rocks to account for the steepness, which was ******* the legs. It was here that the walking poles came into their own allowing for extra leverage up the climb. There was also a lot of zig zagging across the pathway in an attempt to lessen the slope and therefore the impact on the legs. The slope got steeper still and by now we were under the cover of trees so we ...