Hostal Machu Picchu
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Our tour started on Thursday morning, where we were picked up from San Blas Square and driven to a bigger bus. This bus was to take us through the Sacred Valley and drop us at Ollantaytambo.
Our first stop was a small market just outside of Cusco, that sold all the same things we had been looking at for the last few days. Jumpers, ponchos …
... walked to the Sun Gate together. After, we had another walk round the site (he sun was back out again) before descending back down to Agua Calientes again. When we got back we had a couple of beers on the street then went for a beer and some pizza with an American and Columbian guy who they knew. They then took the train back to Cusco and Tom and I had a shower and went out for a beer and dinner - with chess and jenga thrown ...
... trail. During the tour.. Tried to give the wrong ticket to re enter Machu Picchu as they lost it in 2 minutes Raul talking about runes. E fails twice to put sunnies on her head they fall to ground. She turfs hat onto ground as a cover like it was intentional. You are not allowed to sit on inca walls. Clearly explained and signed. E Lounges on the walls in Machu Picchu and got angry when told not to by guides. Tried to give her 1 way bus ticket to get back to town even ...
... protestation about not being able to carry purchases back to the UK, a new jumper just had to be purchased by Heather with an added justification of it being her birthday tomorrow. For lunch we had a creole buffet at the Rustica club in central Burranco. Here we were entertained by guitar, drums, singing and dancing. It was an incredible experience as at 3pm the place was full and rocking as if midnight but with people from 8-80 all in participative mood. In the evening ...
... Lisa (if you don't you should consider yourself lucky - don't worry, she's not reading this blog!) Well Lisa has a friend named Andrea who I knew through Facebook (where else!) had been to Peru recently so I sent her a msg asking a few questions, and her reply contained a glowing reference for a company called Wayki Trek tours. We couldn't be happier it did. Don't worry, we didn't just jump on the bandwagon, we still did our research, but everything we read was exactly what we were ...
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