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... to as the monkey stairs where it was so steep you had to use hands and feet. There was a lot of high fiving on day 4. Of course all that extra hard work was for nothing. The clouds were still hanging over head and we couldn't see anything below. Machu Picchu was still elusive. Pachamama only has so many miracles. Plus it's the rainy season. As we trekked downhill from the sun gate we started passing the first train tourists who were hiking up and Adam (from the other Wayki ...
... up to the Sungate and then together with my group we hiked up Machu Picchu Montana. So I laid there for hours, admiring the beauty of this scenery, the sun warming my face and taking it all in until I was soaked in Machu Picchu and felt like an Inca., empowered by the magic. This moment was incredibly overwhelming and relaxing at the same time, indescribable.
Seldom have I enjoyed the ...
... it doesn't really grab me. Geoff found it all really interesting and scrambled around the sites looking at all there was to see. The market town of pisac was a little of a let down really, it was just the market, nothing really worth looking around. The market was stalls and stalls of all the same stuff, so once you had seen one row you had seen it all. Most of the products they were selling was woollen items all saying that they were ...
... long blog entry and one that I could have written loads more in! I had the best time away from the cities and towns, exploring the mountains and doing something I've never done before. The end reward of Machu Picchu was the icing on the cake, and coming back to Cusco I found myself missing the quiet of the mountains and everyone I'd trekked with. Over the next couple of days I'm travelling down to Bolivia, so the Peru chapter is now reluctantly finished but who knows what Bolivia will ...
We reached the town of Ollantaytambo. It is the place to catch the train, a much more comfortable and safe ride. While we waited for our train it was absolutely freezing. The train included coffee service and other beverages and was really nice and comfortable. It was less than 2 hours on the train.
Finally, we reached Aguas Calientes, also known as Machu Picchu CIty. From there we took another bus ride to the top. ...