El MaPi Hotel
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After another early morning (this time a 4:45am wake up call), we made our way back to Lima airport to catch our flight to Cusco. As we had gotten our boarding passes last night, it was just a matter of getting through security and waiting for our flight to be given a gate number. While we were waiting for the gate number to appear and to pass the …
Missing hiking Waynapicchu. Going to tackle some mountains in Newfoundland next!
... steep and the shadows from trees that had protected us from the blazing sun also soon disappeared. Even the various porters conked out frequently en route, taking regular rest breaks from the heat and physical exertion. Amazingly, Adam made it to the top although definitely noticed the pressure that the additional altitude brought. However day 2 required us to climb to the steepest altitude of the entire trip as we crossed over a mountain range and crossed 'dead woman's pass' - ...
... souvenir. David gave us a 2 hour tour of the place. It was a little surreal to be in the middle of crowds after so many days on the trail. All the women were unreasonably excited for the opportunity to pay 1Sol (about $.33) to use a bathroom that had all the things a bathroom is supposed to have. The only amenity I wasn't so grateful for was a mirror. Warm running water helped that situation though.
After our formal tour, we ...
... and lots of lights. And not many people other thana few locals. But we didn't mind - there was a long happy hour and we were all happy to party away together. It did involve some dancing on the bar to YMCA, lots of dancing in a circle that groups always seem to do, and all the lads taking their shirt off at Julios instructions for one song (I can't exactly remember why... I think it was a joke for someones birthday) but all in all it was a really fun ...