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... absolutely terrifying and I was a babbling mess by the time we reached the platform at the end! The walking on day 4 was mostly flat, the last portion walking along a mountain rail road. Very excited to finally see the mountain of Machupicchu and a few Inka terraces in the mountainside. We went for massages in Aguas Caliente town and hit the hay early. Quite hard to choose photos from this trek as we were surrounded by amazing scenery for the entire 4 ...
... grown because they're so hardy. We had decided not to eat with the group for dinner. We have to be up incredibly early tomorrow morning for our 7am flight so we want an early night. Then we found out it was Diane's birthday and we felt awful because she's so lovely. Pepe the tour guide rang and asked Tom where we'd gone for pizza last night, thinking he might take the group there. We're probably going to be ...
... example, or of humankind as a whole--the birth of Homo sapiens out of nature no less than the birth of the individual child from the mother. Here personal and transpersonal were equally present, inextricably fused, so that ontogeny not only recapitulated phylogeny but in some sense opened out into it.
And third, this archetypal dialectic was experienced or registered in several dimensions--physical, psychological, intellectual, ...
... we are so pleased that we did it. We spent about four/five hours at Machu Picchu before getting the bus down the mountain and commenced our two hour walk to where the bus would pick us up and take us back to Cusco.
Cusco and Machu Picchu was the perfect way to round off Peru. We said our good byes to the majority of the Peru Hop gang, with the exception of Oli and Kitty and the four of us set off to the Copacabana in Peru to visit Lake Titicaca, the worlds highest ...
We've been in Cuzco a couple of days now. The drive up from Machu Picchu through the Urubamba Vally and across the patchwork fields of the Chinchero plateau was spectacular, ( I've a feeling I'm going to run out of superlatives soon ) check out the photo taken from the pass. Cuzco city at first glance looks like the other South American city we've seen a bit jerry built and ramshackle. Then you look a bit closer you realise there are Inca walls everywhere serving as ...