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... the Inca still flowing with clean mountain water. Climbing up the hillside we can see the archeological site, with its historical sun temple and watchtowers. While the focal point of this extension trip to Peru is clearly the famed site of Machu Picchu our pre-trip reading (Hiram Bingham and Mark Adams who retraced Bingham's footsteps 100 years later) has made us just as excited about the journey of finding our way and discovering other Incan ...
... balconies outside. We also drove past our first inca ruins which were little compared to what was in store for us during the rest of the adventure trip. Then later on that night we met with our g adventures group to discuss the itinerary and went for a meal of more ceviche at a delicious restaurant close to the hotel. The restaurant was a memory in itself because we got to witness a proposal. Lima is so full of life and I hope I will be able to return there one ...
... climb on the roof and hand our bikes down before waving us off on the descent. And so down we swept along some of the best single track I could have hoped for, past Incan ruins and salt mines, through green tundra and wildflower with 3 inch thorns that attacked passers by and left their marks on us all. Josť all the while encouraging us not to stop at the ruin sites so that we wouldn't have to pay - this was reserved for visitors arriving by bus or on foot: mountain bikers ...
... stood on a hilltop to increase one's chances of good luck (or perhaps to bless you after bad luck). The road then descended into a valley with small towns and lush green farmland.
The car coughed and spluttered as we drove along the muddy road and finally came to a complete stop. Carlo and I pushed the car farther as we were still on a downhill slope but we soon realized the futility as the road (and we) got muddier and less sloped. Trying to push a ...
The original plan was to leave Cusco after Machu Picchu, however we ended up staying for 4 days. The day after Machu Picchu consisted of food and sleep. In the evening we met up with the group we trekked Machu Picchu with and went out for a few drinks. We all get on really well and this turned out to be one of the best nights out we've had travelling! The following day we played board games in the hostel and headed to the local market ...
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