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... el lugar juntos. Tambien subimos a Waynapichu, una montaña con vistas increibles a Machu Picchu y el Valle Sagrado.
Subir esta montaña fue realmente duro. Solo 400 personas en dos grupos pueden subir en un dia. Es muy inclinado. El camino no es en zig zag, sino derecho hasta la punta, y puesto que es 2600 metros de altura, es complicado respirar bien, pero cuando llegas arriba y tienes esas maravillosas vistas, te olvidas del sufrimiento.
... for Jacks. We both enjoyed the big breakfast, yum. Davina was so happy she got a latte just like in Sydney, best coffee she has had in South America, but Colombia is coming up so that may change! We returned to the hostel to look up accomodation etc in Bogota. About 4 we went for another coffee to Jacks......yes it was that nice. That evenin we collect ...
... San Blas square...where I saw a lady who was on the plane from Sydney .. Then I saw again in Lima.. Now in Cusco. She has 2 kids she cannot control and she doesn't know the meaning of 'inside voice'! Stop following me! That night I had a quiet evening in the hostel.. Why? See next line... 29/10/12. I woke up at 3:30 today for Machu Picchu. A 90 minute drive to the train station, then a 70 minute train ride. The tour guides name was Alex (Alejandro)- and we met ...
... to long. Watching the ladies in the court yard weave amazing patterns with even more complex threaded looms was wonderful and confusing, there was method to the threads but it was invisible to our untrained eyes.
A trip to the chocolate museum was quite tasty, a glorified café with cacao related info on the walls. Here we did a chocolate course where we went thought the process of preparing the cacao beans which was fascinating. I’ve had my ...
... the Spanish never found it. After high-fives all around and taking what seemed like a thousand pictures, we found a spot and just sat there for awhile, letting the moment slowly sink in - we were staring at the Lost City of the Incas afterall! We covered the final 2 kilometers from Intipunku to Machu Picchu in less than 30 minutes - we would have ran all the way there if it wasn't for the legions of tourists crowding the narrow path. And half of them were going in the ...
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