Hostal Machu Picchu
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suprisingly affordable clean and comfy
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... as there are no words to describe the majestic size of the place and the sheet ingenuity if these people who designed and built this village high up in the mountains. Pictures will definitely not do it justice but I took a couple of hundred anyway. There were so many steps, high ones low ones and rocky paths. My, I was definitely out of breath along the way so we had some ...
... yourself down to the shared bathroom! We arrived into the town of Ollantaytambo and this was where the journey got magical. The scenery all around us was lovely and we got to see the snow capped Veronica Mountain. It was very impressive! At this point, we were very excited and not long after we were arriving into the town of Aguas Calientes....we were one step closer to Machu Picchu. We only had one more mode of transport to get and that was the bus up the mountain. Of ...
Day 3 started off much the same way as day 2. We were woken up early with coca tea, but today I was woken up at 5:15. No problem for me if we were late, but Rony was harassing us for taking too long when we weren't ready by 5:45. Since I was tired and he wasn't really endearing himself to me, I was about ready to kill him. Also, I am not sure why it mattered if we left by 6am since we were already making it to our destinations way too fast. Breakfast today ...
... of us were getting upset stomachs and such from the food and/or water by this point. So we were all careful of what we ate and drank. Our guide Irving told us we would have about an hour for breakfast so not to hurry. We weren't sure if that was due to the parades or Katie's passport issue, but we finished eating and ended up waiting an additional hour before we got back on the van to go to Km 82 where we ...
On the night before the start of our Inca Trek we met up
with our guide Sonia, who took us through the programme for the next four days
and three nights, and we also met two of our companions on the trek, Andrew and
Jonny, two gay guys from London. Right from the off Sonia had a hard time
controlling us as Andrew and Jonny would suddenly take the conversation off on
a completely different tangent and she’d have to battle to get us back on ...
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