Royal Inka I
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... class! 2 hours in, a girl named Meredith, another volunteer had come and hung us with us! She had taken 12 years of Spanish and she just graduated from Oregon State. Mom wanted to teach the boys dodgeball, so we unraveled their tug of war rope and made a center divider. We only had one ball, so the game went a little slow, but it was fun! They didn't understand the whole concept of catching the ball, and they would roll it like they were bowling! Of course we bribed them with ...
... back at the hostel drinking late into the evening. It was an early start to catch 'the bus of fear and death' to Lares the next morning. Seriously, you hear about hairpin roads at the edges of cliffs etc and I've even been on them before in South America but I had forgotten how bad they really are! So with elation I was over the moon to see signs for Lares and get off the bus! The only thing that made the journey worth while we the spectacular views on the way and the ...
... and we played volley ball (which is their biggest sport), and soccer and they taught us to dance. We also painted a hall in their town and visited the kindergarten and gave them some toys. We then went to Lake titicaca and went to the reed islands which was insanely incredible. And then travelled to Cusco on a bus for 8 hours. And how amazing is this... We bumped into Kincoppal girls on the bus ...
... before Machu Picchu. It was really ******* the hips and knees and we ached for days after. Waking up at 5am the next day we took the bus up to Macchu Picchu which is a the top of a cloud forest. On entering the Sun Gate the magnificence of Machu Picchu is astounding a perfectly preserved village which is thousands of years old. Carlos gave us a wonderful history lesson detailing the rise and fall of the Inca empire which we all found fascinating. The ...
... little, that it would continue to due so, but it did clear a little. We climbed the hyana picchu, and I cursed the steps and the clouds surrounding me all the way up. Actually wasn't until walking down, it cleared up better, and spending the next few hours walking around this grand historical inch sight, I just felt happy and proud to be there. I felt little and amazed. I mean, his could someone just decide to build a city, up a long very steep hills, and all these years after, ...