Inti Punku Macchu Picchu Hotel
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Really good buffet breakfast so the hotel redeemed itself a bit. We walk to the station with hotel porter carrying cases and one other guy from the US. We stand on the platform facing a barrage of sellers standing on the tracks. A local train pulls in and a hundred more get off it, rather like the Tardis. Then our train arrives from Cusco and …
... a couple from LA who decided to take their folks up on their offer to look after their 10 month old little girl while they took a brief vacation. We all got on like a house on fire and there was never a dull moment around the dinner table. I must say, experiencing something like the Inca Trail with a group as great as this just added to the whole experience of this trip. After dinner that night Gerson briefed us on what to expect for Day 2. He warned us that although ...
A very civilised start to the day, meeting in the foyer at 0900. We set off in the mini bus to Ollantaytambo to meet the train to Machupicchu. We enjoyed a fabulous trip in high backed leather seats that lasted 1.5 hrs with a complementary drink of coffee or tea thrown in too! The topography as we traveled was beautiful and the train runs parallel to the river which is quite fast running in places with larger boulders. The train had windows in the roof as well, ...
... blow those cobwebs away. Both Tim and l had done some zip lining in Costa Rica last year so we were old hands at it but for the rest of the group it was all new and terrifying. We had 5 zip lines to complete with the longest being 1km in length. We had a great time zip lining across the valley but it was the last one, that was the scariest. We had to zip line halfway across the valley before arriving at a platform. Here our harness was changed and ...
Day break. Let's do this. We grab our daypacks and head out down the street. It is a 15-20 minute walk from the city to the stairs up to Machu Picchu and along the way we find the camping spot next to the river. Noted. We had printed out a rather vague description of the hidden path into M.P. We learned right away how accurate and helpful it would be when we get to the bridge and out pops a guard. OH ****. This was not in the plan. "Tarjeta Por Favor" Quick thinking and ...
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