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K and I were planning for this to be a free day in Ollanta, having already seen the ruins and being only one day away from leaving for the Inca Trail. We thought this would be a great day to fill with some kind of adventure a bit more off the beaten path. Several months before our trip, I had discovered KB Tambo Tours, an agency in Ollanta that …
After making our way through security, we found a nice, comfy, and quiet spot to relax by the boarding gates. This looked like the designated “sleep zone” as there were many people asleep lying across multiple chairs. We liked this area because it was not crowded like the food court, had nicer chairs and also some outlets to charge our …
... different parts of the town. There's a really good feel about the place, everything feels very clean and calm. It was also so well planned when they were building it, mountains carved to look like faces looking up to the sky, the sun temple facing east, everything done deliberately in line with their beliefs around the spiritual world and the sky. I spent about an hour walking around and then got the bus back to Aguas Caliantes where we would all meet up later. Again this ...
... We are just above the treeline and the Andes around us are all very close. We have a fantastic close view of an Inca Fortress out of one set of windows and beautiful mountains out the other. For $50 a night, we get breakfast, 4 comfy beds in a warm room and lots of hot water - and the view!
... the Spanish ever found and were able to ransack it, the ruins are in excellent condition. Machu Picchu looks just like it does in all the pictures--instantly so familiar, except even more impressive in person.
As we walked around the city with Edwin, he gave us lots of information about the uses of various structures, Inca beliefs and their advanced architecture, engineering and mathematics. One of the most interesting tidbits we learned was that, ...