Luna Rumi lodge
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... way to the market and learned about the various wools they weave with, notably llama and alpaca. There are hand "signs" for each animal. We also saw what they used to dye the wool with which consisted of roots, leaves, berries and mixtures with salt and lemon juice to name a few. A particularly outgoing little girl posed with me. They are so cute. We also had an opportunity to look through their market and buy any souvenirs we wished to.
... was getting our passports stamped at the checkpoint, then we were off. To sum up the day in one word: hell. It was all an upward climb until noon. The Incans loved their stairs.. I cant say the same. When we reached the summit - called Dead Womans Pass, it was raining and cold. However, the feeling of accomplishing such a difficult climb made us smile big for our summit photos! We ...
... begins and pass the checkpoint, no turning back now Bob! Across the train tracks we go (safety lacking remember), over a bridge and we are off. I must admit although the first day wasn't exactly easy I really did enjoy myself. Our group were all set with an abundance of enthusiasm and positive thinking and the chatter and laughter didn't seem to stop. We arrived at lunch to the sound of the porters clapping and cheering (the guys who manage to carry 25kg on their back, run pass ...
... where we said goodbye to Carlos and Lucy and gave them their tips. We departed with a final hug from each and Jimmy led us to the train station for our train back to Ollentaytambo. The train was nice, despite not being the Hiram Bingham one. We were in first class so the carriage had windows in the roof and provided some drinks and snacks. The carriage was decorated with Incan motifs and most of our trek group were sat in with us so it was a good ...
... the trek begins. We saw where the train leaves from and took some photos. This is where we got our air mattresses and the porters took our bags. They where 4 bags on their back and race is there. So full on. We walked 11km today. Some was uphill but it was mostly flat. The altitude was pretty low so it was easy to breathe (2500). We saw a few inca sites which was amazing. The views ...