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... the bushes nick all your gear and jump back into the bushes. Last night i dreamt 4 dogs were chasing me them all bit my hand at the same time and were dangling off my hand. On the way there is 4 dogs just sittin there on the path, what the hell!!! Creepy. Here we are waiting at 4:55am for the bridge to open at 5am. It would suck if you forgot your passport now, something which is needed to get ito machu picchu. The gates opens and the group at the very front ...
... of clear patches. After half an hour the clouds had nearly all gone and we could now fully enjoy the most amazing views back down over Machu Picchu. It was magic being up so high, we spent 2 hours up there taking it all in and waiting for our friends. We started to head down at midday as we wanted to get more photos in amongst the ruins while the weather was still nice. Half an hour it took to get back down then we walked out to the ...
... the path to our first views of this amazing Inca site - and I don't think it was just because of the rigorous climb we had just completed.
No web-site, travel magazine or photo can prepare you for seeing this sight for the first time in person. It was truly breathtaking.
We were given the introduction to the history, background, construction ideas and methods for the site as we approached various points. The Inca people were incredibly ...
... li>We woke up at 3.45 am so that we could catch the first bus up to Machu Pichu.
... br> Later, the sky started to darken as clouds gathered, the whole atmosphere becoming more dramatic, and then we had thunder and lightening, rain and finally a rainbow ... magical!
We returned to Machu Picchu Pueblo, went for an early dinner and piscos in the warm while we dried out then ambled through the souvenir market, buying bracelets, llama pom-Poms and frogs!