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... amp; Grace (originally from Alice Springs - strange aside - Grace was taught by two teachers I know called Christina and Steve Kidd at high school).The evening walk was pleasant but uneventful, we saw a couple of lizards and spiders but not much else and headed back to our accommodation for an early night.
The accommodation was fairly basic - no electricity, limited hot water from the solar panels and very hard beds, but nonetheless quite comfortable for our three ...
1.30am and 3hours sleep.....perfect time to wake up and get a cab to Machu Picchu right? At least we realised yesterday that we needed to book train tickets and get up early. For some reason we though it was a short distance from Cusco...no no 1.5hour taxi ride and 2 hour train ride later.
We arrived at Ollantaytambo around 3.30am- 1hour before our train was due to board. The station was closed, there were a few ladies opening their shops ...
... find the ferry back to Copacabana but on the way I got caught up in festival involving hundreds of people dancing in impressive costumes to several competing brass bands. All this was overseen by the town elders who, at 11am, were drinking beer and chewing coca leaves. I stayed, watched and shared some beers with a French couple for a couple of hours then took the boat back to Copacabana where I stayed the night, again in a single room, and prepared to take the bus to La Paz the next ...
This lady had set up her stall on the trail into Pisac, a little way outside the main town. I watche dit as I was having lunch sat on one of the terraces above - itīs a quiet trail that maybe gets 2-3 hikers pass by evey half hour or so. I hadnīt seen anyone buy anything.
I got up from lunch and moved on, saying ībuenas diasī as I passed her stall because itīs rude not to. She started trying to sell me ...
Exhausted after the trek and from staying in a hostel where people never seem to need to sleep, we set off on our longest bus journey to date. One bus for 8 hours, an 8 hour wait, then a 22 hour bus to reach one of Peru's largest colonial cities, Cusco. The road is one if the most twisty and turny yet and the second bus nearly finishes me off as I am sick through the night. We are spat out in Cusco and meet up with Andi again who we plan to get to ...