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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 …
... a good amount of walking from the camp until you get to Machu Picchu and after 3 days walking with aching legs, this is tricky and even after you get to Machu Picchu, there's bloody steps there!! Machu Picchu is however amazing. It's spectacular itself, but surrounded by the incredible views of the Andes and the cloud forrest make it out of this world. Maybe I'm over exaggerating following the ...
... peaks sitting above what looked like tutus made of cloud.
A miracle then appeared, first thought it could have been a mirage but on closer inspection it was real, some entrprenurial locals had bought us some beers and at only 15soles each they were snapped up.
Afternoon tea of coffee and snacks followed and this led to a dinner of soup entree and chicken main. Some great laughs and reflections on our days experience were shared before everyone headed to ...
Another early wake up call, but this time the excitement was palpable. For most of us, this was the reason for the trip. For as long as I can remember I was fascinated with the Inca culture and its disappearance, and I loved teaching about it. Sacred Valley is a magical place and we were all ready, not really knowing what to expect. We left the valley on a bus for Ollantaytambo, where we will travel by train to Agua ...
... really knows given then incas didnīt have a written history) destroyed all the bridges, roads and routes leading to it from cusco. so the spanish didnīt even know that it existed. they think the last inca took this stand because it was so holy to them and wanted it to remain whole. it covers a huge site and theyīre still restoring it.
anyway, i woke up at 4.15am to see if i could be at MP for sunrise. the guide had called round the day before and wanted me ...
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