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... but it can still scare me. This time it was bread with purple filling, quite strong tasting. I added some of my own cheese slices and, gulp, ate it.
The views are incredible, while there were patches of agriculture yesterday among the dusty dry landscape, today it’s all Lake District/Peak District only ever so slightly more massive. The scale of the mountains is difficult to gauge: it looks big, but if you see a fairly big seeming house half way up, ...
... to wake her.
Feeling warm inside and out now the groups spirits lifted and cards were played until dinner not much else could have been acheived though as the wather ranged from mild drizzle to consistent rain throughout the afternoon.
Another fantastic dinner was served before a briefing from our guide, a big congratulations first up for a very successful day and then a warning about the morrow with 16kms to be covered and 2 more passes to climb it would ...
... For some reason the station location and ambience reminded me of the latter stages of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid - even though that was Bolivia.
The room is clean and simple and the usual electronic key is replaced by a hasp and a padlock. We booked dinner and went for a stroll up the hill to the two main squares.
In one of them was the church where a wedding was just coming to an end. A quarter of an ...
... their luggage. Food: what does sin gluten mean in Peru? Potatoes, quinoa, fried pandan, rice, more potato. And don't think that excludes breakfast. Potatoes for brekky too! So many carbs to digest in altitude where you digestive system has trouble already. Oh and eggs too...lots of eggs. The final day pics will be in a separate post otherwise this one will never upload! Also Andrew has gone home now so nobody left to proof read or edit. If you see a mistake I don't care so don't tell ...
... this site is shaped as a llama. It's amazing to think of how they would have built cities into shapes without overhead viewing capacity. Ollyantaytambo has several terraces, fountains, aqueducts, and of course a temple of the sun. It blows my mind to think of ancient astrologers being able to find a spot in the mountains and align a building so perfectly that on the morning of the summer and winter solstices that the first sunlight to hit the complex ...