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We had a 3:45 AM wake-up call so we could be among the first to get on a bus. We got in line with the rest of our group at 4:30 AM and just hung out and talked until 5:30 AM when they began boarding. We got on the second bus and by then the line behind us was farther than we could see. The bus ride up to Machu Picchu was extremely hairy. It …
Seriously? Third time's a charm I guess right? 5:15 AM sharp and that fracking rooster was figuratively standing on our brains and cackling away! Oh well, we wanted to get up early to see the sunrise anyway so there was no reason to break the streak. We slowly started gathering ourselves in our tent and sadly awaited our …
... the people and their way of life. They speak Qhechua here and only a little Spanish. From Cuncani we walked another 6km to the hot springs of Lares, passing through several small communities along the way. I was feeling considerably better for this part - possibly because we were now at a lower altitude. Through the valley of Lares, the people farm a variety of foods, including the ever popular Quinua, and Tarwi. We spend that night and the following ...