TripAdvisor Reviews Inti Orquideas Aguas Calientes
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... at Km82 we gave our duffle bags to the porters. The porters carried our duffle bags, camping stuff and food for the 4 days. They were allowed to carried a max of 25kg each and their bags had to be weighed at the start of each day. We carried our day packs, snacks and water. The hike on the first day was the easiest; Pollo called it our training day. We set off at around 9am and completed the hike in record time. We were at camp by 2pm and our porters had already arrived and set ...
... drug addicts, homeless and prostitutes. There are lots of examples of this around the city, where the government have purposely cleaned up the past and rather than feel ashamed turned the site into a beautiful, important place people can be proud of....like a Phoenix rising from the ashes giving people hope, such a powerful metaphor which was really moving to see. So those were the sights they like tourists to see and how they'd like to represent themselves. However, you ...
... up to the peak. The views of Machu Picchu, from the top, were amazing. We rounded the front of the mountain, where there were additional ruins of a building and some farming terraces. The stairs coming down along the ruins were steep and narrow. Enough so that the three girls in front us had to sit down and take them one at a time. It slowed us down a bit, but we got back down in time to enjoy the park for a few more hours before calling it a day. ...
... at Machu Picchu started the same:
4:45AM wake up
5:00AM bread, jam and coffee served by the hotel. Then we get ready and leave.
5:45AM get in-line and wait for the bus up to M.P.
6:45AM finally in a bus and leaving
7:05AM dropped off at the entrance
The entrance gate of Machu Picchu reminded me of the entrance at Canada's Wonderland. I haven’t been there in years, but I went ...
... pathway. Stops became more and more frequent and more than once I wondered if I would end up on the "rescue mule" that was bringing up the rear of our procession. On the plus side we were treated to majestic views, stunning orchids and bromeliads, as well as the novelty of having horses and mules laden with materials pass by along the narrow track. It was a relief to finally reach our campsite, our tents set up and a cup of tea almost at hand. We were certainly spoilt ...
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