Royal Inka I
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... the night. Another urge to purge came up, but after a dry heave I knew there was nothing more going to come out and settled into the journey, opening my heart and mind to receive and transmit that which was flowing through me, the messages and meaning of the entangled universe, the interconnected luminous filaments of consciousness, thought, spirit, emotion and feeling, the subtle and profound essence of existence in this multi-dimensional, layer cake of a calm ...
After the booking office, we found a nearby vegetarian lunch spot which was super cheap and again very nice. As soon as we settled in there, loads of locals came in for lunch - I think we were not the only people to recognise what a good deal the place was giving. We wandered up Calle Loreto, the street with the highest remaining Inca walls, and found the neatly fitted 12 sided stone in the wall on Hatunrumiyoc (this stone features in the local beer's ...
... That's about it. The only good thing was we got powerade!
The viewpoint was quite nice. It overlooked the entire sacred valley. It was really beautiful but we didn't need to stop at either for as long as we did. We were already wondering how long the day was going to be if we made lengthy stops at every little thing.
After the viewpoint we went all the way down the valley (after climbing up for what seemed like a decent amount of time) and ...
... to see the sun illuminate this wonder of the world - the first thing we will see and do in 2015.
THIS MEANS WE WILL BE OUT OF CONTACT COMPLETELY VIA ALL MODES OF TECHNOLOGY (except yodelling) until January 2nd, 2015.
We can't wait to embark on this amazing adventure, and feel very privileged to have the opportunity to do so.
To all back home, happy New Year, stay safe, and we'll be in touch early next year to report on our amazing ...
... with tables and stalls to sit on, wash basins to wash our hands in and a 3 course lunch, I was blown away as I wasn't expecting that kind of service. Also bearing in mind that the porters have to erect the camp, then take it down again and everything that we use got carried with us, nothing gets left anywhere, hence why I was always so impressed with our food etc. We had 20 porters, 2 cooks and 2 guides for our group. Each porter was only allowed to carry 20kgs ...