Hotel and Spa San Augustin Urubamba
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... We took photos and said goodbye to the porters that evening. We wouldn't have time to do so the next morning. Day 4 started at 3am. Yes that's right. 3am. Somebody shoot me! In truth I was already awake. Too scared of sleeping in. And I could hear the camp next to us who had been up since 2:30. The idea was we get up early and head to the gate where we wait. For 2 hours. The porters pack up camp and head to the town of Aguas Calientes where they catch the first train home. It's a ...
It was a 6 hours walk from Santa Teresa to Aguas Calientes, passing by the Hydroelectric and following the train tracks, again in showers of warm water. We passed bridges that looked older than time itself, passed big rivers, saw beautiful flowers, enjoyed our lunch on the way, met lots of other hikers from all over the world and finally arrived to Aguas Calientes: Tourism Capital ...
... So here we were, two normal girls walking up that mountain...well. That's what I thought.
My idea of "normal" is already pretty streched due to my weird freaky friends (no offence I still love you).
When Valeria was touching trees and stones to feel the energy, it seemed somewhat weird in Nicole's world, nothing I could not handle though.
But the moment she pressed her face on this dirty wet rock and then started moaning, it was too much for me. I am definitely ...
... we were all really happy and a bit emotional. For our last lunch the guys made ceviche with trout they had caught the previous night when we were sleeping, then a chicken pie thing with salad and rice. We had a couple of photos and the 6 of us passed on some money we'd collected for Marco and the rest of the team as a thank you before leaving. We had a short bus and train ride before arriving in Aguas Calientas - the town right next to Machu Picchu. All very happy with ...
... a dogs life in Peru, they just walk about where ever they want having a great time with their fellow dogs!
We stopped at the highest altitude of our day to acknowledge that it is the last highest point we would be on our trip.. what a relief for us all, I forgot to mention yesterday some of our group had to have oxygen, the porta was wheeling it around the hotel, one lady in our group got really sick even when using medication. ...