Luna Rumi lodge
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What a huge day of travelling. We left Cusco at 8.30 this morning and drove for a bit out to an alpaca wool weaving centre where they keep the alpacas, shear them, dye the wool with natural elements (like red from the cochineal bug that lives in the multitude of cactuses everywhere), and they weave it (with the pattern in their head) to make into garments. One of the men got spat on by an alpaca when it was having an altercation with the one next to it. We drove ...
... prameny mají teplotu od 28 do 35 stupňů celsia. Je to preste skvělé. Můžeš ti tu také dat horkou sprchu, takže toho hned využijeme. Po dvou hodinách u pramenu nás odvezou do hostelu v nedaleké vesnici Santa Teresa. Tentokrát jsme na pokoji čtyři spolu s mladými Australany Ellie a Jackem. Aspoň je tu trochu ucházející koupelna, kromě masivní louže vody primo uprostřed koupelny a té skutečnosti, ze je na nás tu ...
... terraces with narrow steps alongside. I climbed up a bit to get some nice snaps. Next there is a small tunnel that I had to clamber through on my hands and knees then it’s the top!
There were people perched all over the top. I picked a spot and sat down, happy to rest. I read the information pamphlet I’d been given on the way in. To summarise and paraphrase it says something along the lines of “although Haram Bingham claims to have found Machu Picchu, ...
... coca leaves. If heard it helps with the altitude but they way there were chewing on them it was like it gave them special powers! I decided to give them a go myself. After chewing on the leaves for about 5 minutes by tongue started to go numb! This apparently normal. Maybe because it's the same plan that cocaine is made from! I didn't really feel an affect from then but out guide says it goes into the bloodstream ...
... miracle, the rain at least slowed with the occasional pause. From what I remember, Machu Picchu is an architectural wonder. The size and precision of the stone work is incredible. There is architecture as well as some really amazing views. I obviously wish I hadn't been feeling as bad because all I really wanted was to be in bed. I did try to take it in the best I could, but I suspect at some point if I could go back, I would. David led us around some of ...