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... interrupted by a two day strike. The people of all the villages in the valley were striking against the train company's monopoly and greed in general, giving nothing back to the local community. Boo! And so they had blocked all the roads and train lines with rocks and tree trunks. Not even the obscure little roads that José knew about were spared and we found ourself doing a 17 point turn in the van to go back the way we had come, returning down the mountain side. This could ...
... cream cone.Â However, there are holes in the cement for the trees to stick out along with water spouts for the rain to drain.Â It's not a smooth level surface,Â but rather the lumpy organic shape of the mountain side(covered in graffiti). Our tour guide said they don't get typhoons in Hong Kong,Â but they do suffer from landslides.Â I am assuming that there is a lot less probability of that now that the mountainside has been covered in cement.Â How does that song go? They paved ...
... Terraces. Built by the Inca people, these terraces were used for experimental farming. As you work your way to the bottom, each terrace is 1 degree Celsius cooler than the previous one. They were fascinating...so much planning and so perfect in size and shape.
After all that touring and hiking (we climbed the equivalent of over 200 flights of stairs!), we enjoyed a top notch buffet lunch at a ...
... chamber with a carved lance (lanzón) in the centre. It was an awesome experience to see it in real live as the photos struggle to do it justice. Imagine a person walking through the tunnels, 3000 years ago, high on the hallucinogenic effects of the San Pedro cactus, instilled with religious fervour, and suddenly seeing the carved mythical figures on a vertical lance. From archeologist's findings it is a scenario close to reality. The lanzón is estimated to be ...
... stood at the top of one of the mountains that surrounded Cuzco looking out and protecting the city. The ‘white Jesus’ is a statue of Jesus that is very similar to the one in Rio. Although it isn’t as big as the one in Rio it was built at roughly the same time and as the same position at the top of the respective city. The drive to the ‘white Jesus’ was windy but showed a different perspective of Cuzco compared to the smaller stone finished ...
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