Luna Rumi lodge
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... in cloud. This was not the picture postcard view that we had expected, however that was to come later in the day. After dropping our trekking bags off, we were given a 2 hour tour by our guides which I found very interesting. After an hour or so the clouds lifted to reveal a truly amazing place. Unfortunately the day tourists had now started to arrive so it wasn't as picturesque, although the site was still remarkable. After our tour we stayed another couple of ...
... and we eventually made it to base camp, Aguas Calientes, meaning Hot waters in Spanish, quite ironic then that the shower was cold for the first 2 hours at the hotel.
So it was, in the morning amid a light drizzle and feeling a little under fed and grumpy we made our way up to Machu Pichu, quite foolishly we thought there would be a sense of accomplishment had we walked in the morning to the top, as it turned out we did get some great views of mist hugging the Andean ...
... dias". After breakfast it was another hours drive to Piscakucho at km82 for the start of the trail, where the porters organised, packed and weighed the giant backpacks that were almost the same size as them and rushed off with them before we registered, got our passports stamped and crossed the Rio Urubamba to start hiking at around 9am. We were carrying a mornings worth of water, all our clothes, rain gear, cameras and some snacks in our day packs and were feeling pretty confident ...
... idea was to drink the beer in celebration at the top but it was so cold and I didn't think liquor was such a great idea at that elevation and after that exertion. We waited and it was worth it! With dinner the cook had made us a drink called Té Macho with the rum we had brought. It had rum, tea, apple, cinnamon and hot water. It was yummy and warm and so deserved! I think the porters got a fair share as well. Because we were such stars on day 2, we had the luxury of sleeping in a ...
... that the next day would be the easiest and we could have a few drinks tonight. This was greeted with huge cheers and everyone was locked before dinner was served. Muchos pisco sours later we moved to the club. At 12:30 Claire and I were two of the last four remaining and I thought bed was a good idea as I was the only one of the four remaining doing the zip lining in the morning.
Waking up a bit ropey in anticipation ...