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... how much it was. I basically gave her the exact same directions Lenny gave us. Hahah! But she got out a map and I drew where it is on there. Although her map was kind of ******. Not detailed at all. Anyways the alpaca lady is amazing. All the other sweaters here that I've seen have been quite a bit more expensive. So it was def a win. Sara bought one on Saturday at the stop we made, and she paid S/ 50. Then we wandered around. I feel like we did a lot but really don't know what ...
... a metre away from a passing train. Never in Australia. The train trip included a quick show about a Peruvian character and a fashion parade. There is a fantastic range of alpaca products here. There is a lot of poverty in Cusco and many people live very simple lives. After arrival at our hotel, another grand affair, we head out to dinner and a show - traditional music and dancing. A nice night but everyone is tired and again showing signs of being affected by ...
Stepped in the rail station in Puno. The Andean Exploerer PeruRail will be departed at 8AM as I've been waitting to open and enter the rail...met a couple from Alaska, a woman know to spell alphabet signs. We chatted for a while til the started queue to enter the rail.
I was sitting on A and 31 on a single seat right window. The popular on right window to horizontally Andean landscape views. It was super comfortable soft chair. Made sense it was the cost 161USD in ...
... so I don't get caught short! Cusco is a cute town, lots of old inca era buildings which also felt medieval. I wondered around the town, got myself a pedicure (I needed a bit of a treat) and indulged in some Pisco, which is basically a brandy but not aged in cask and is the national drink. The following day I met my group for the Inca Trail. Everyone is really lovely and of various ages and are generally couples, ...
... best drop toilets I've seen, tiled and everything)...I had my first victory....knowing I may not be the fastest or fittest but I am the go go gadget of outdoor travel...and so as day 1 ended and I wondered if the 4 guinea pigs running around were tomorrow nights dinner, I had a small sense of satisfaction already. DAY 2 - KILLER CLIFF Everyone says day 2 is hard. What they don't tell you is climbing up for 5 hours is not just done on hills or carved out ...