Royal Inka II
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... The dances and the music were amazing.
Finally at 9:30, we decided it was time for dinner. We found a nice locals restaurant and each of us ordered a small pizza. the pizza was delicious and just what we both needed after two nights of traditional Peruvian food.
All in all, it was a great day despite the altitude sickness. Tomorrow we hope to head to the Sacred Valley to visit a few more ruins.
... channelled through it’s centre, temples such as Qorikancha, once the richest in the whole empire were built, and fine streets, buildings and plazas. They were incredibly clever and organised - we found out that they always built their walls at 4-7 degree angles because they had found this made them more earthquake proof. They built aqueducts and complicated drainage systems. Their stonework is renowned for it’s massive blocks of smooth stone fitted so tightly ...
... blog I HOPE I've completed it :/). We then had a traditional meal of quinoa soup and trout overlooking the lake. I've never known somewhere to be so quiet. Now our arrival on to Amantani island where we will have our home stay! We arrived at 'Papi' Alejandro's house to be shown to our surprisingly comfortable room. Double bed for me! Then we were given hats and headed up the mountain to play a game of football with the locals, followed by a dinner of quinoa ...
Hola Amigos, Chicos and Familiares,
This is the moment in the adventure we've been waiting for - it's just after 5am here in the city of Cusco, and we're about to be picked up by our guides to take us on the historic and famous Inca Trail.
4 days of camping and hiking among some of the most prolific Incan sites and ranges, before we reach our goal - the mountainous Incan Ruin of Machu Picchu. We will wake up at the crack of dawn on New Year, January ...
... at least. The South African guy carried all the stuff for both him and his girlfriend (over 10kgs which was a lot bearing in mind the porters had 6kgs of stuff for each of us) and when it was a bit hot for here he would stand to shade her, kind of amusing to watch, but very chivalrous too. Our first glimpses of what was to come on the trip started with lunchtime. I was expecting to be given just a couple of sandwiches and a carton of drink, we arrived to a tent ...