Royal Inka I
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... sea level, get freezing cold and eventually arrive at Macchu pichu. Given my cold I have decided to stay in cusco an extra day and instead do the inca Jungle trek where you do some cycling, some zip lining, some rafting and get to walk on parts of the inca trail before reaching Macchu pichu for sunrise on the last day. It costs $270 but includes all food and accommodation. Fingers crossed my cold will go ...
Today we flew to cusco. From cusco we drove to lunch in the sacred valley and the urubamba river. This was an incredible overlook and our first sight of the inca terraces. We then drove the switchback road to the upper city of Pisac. This ancient city is located in a spectacular place, mountains all around with more distinctive terraces. We took a short ...
... mountains contains a high consent ration of salt and the collecting pools were created so the Inca could collect and use salt in the local area. Each individual poll is owned by different families and the size of the pool indicates the size of the family. The bigger the pool the bigger the family. It was a good last day before our big 4 day Inca Trail trek to Machu Picchu. The one thing we wanted was a hot shower and wash our hair (no showers for 4 days) but sadly no the water was ...
... it had many bars but of course we ended up at 'Huaca****ingchina' and as I was with two girls we each got a free pisco sour, a Peruvian drink consisting of a citrusy spirit and frothed egg white.
In the afternoon I went on a tour in a dune buggy to go sand boarding. Originally I wanted to get a snowboard with proper bindings but as I was trying on the boots I realised I was the only one doing so and gave up with that idea. I was in a 10 person buggy with ...
... with water, that some things are too good to pass up. The water was as crisp and cold as I expected it to be, and I swam to where the water was falling and stood under it for only a minute. I can only describe it as a second baptism. Walking away from it, I've never felt more refreshed and cleansed in my life. It made the hike back totally worth it. Later that night, a small group and I got to prepare dinner for the field station, and it was a lot ...