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... of an inca empire that spread up & down the Andes (west coast). They where able to adapt their mountainous bed for farming, building & communication needs. Sweetcorn. Never seen so many different varieties as here. Colour, shape & size. There is one 500+ year old archaeological park that was an experimental area ...
... who only see the huge, rolling desert flying past us, towering yellow peaks above us and last-second plunges at nearly ninety degree angles, the experience was something of a giddy thrill. The scary parts of this tour were when the buggy came to shuddering stops at the top of progressively higher and steeper dunes, sand boards and wax were hastily handed out, and the drivers set off again, leaving us stood coughing in their spewed sand, to meet us at the bottom; pretty ...
... is a well known ´24 hour challenge´ where, on the final day of the Inca Trail, trekkers stay up from the alarm call for the Sun Gate to 3am in a Cusco club the next morning. Andy and Rach missed out on this by 1 hour by retiring at 2am, but several of our group managed. Kudos to them.
All in all, the 4 days described above were some of the hardest yet most rewarding either weary traveller had ever experienced and a journey we will never forget!
We used Cusco as a base for exploring many beautiful places in Peru, it lightened our loads and of course is an easy place for connections to other cities. Still for the purpose of this Blog it means a lot of coming and going and trying not to repeat my self.
We spent our last and final night in Cusco back in the apparent that our guide in Manu, Jose, organised for us. Staying above his ...
... told those that were rafting to be ready in a hour, i wanted to stay in my wet clothes but was toldto change into shorts, so more clothes to get wet and we hadnt brought much as have to carry bacpacks all of the trek. so off we set to rafting, only 6 of us, as we got to the river and as the guide was explaining saftey and rules we all got eaten alive by the little mosquitoes!!! The rafting was grade 2-3 (1 is tame and 5 is the ...
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