Plaza Andina Machupicchu
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... The first day of the trek was 10 miles and was phrased as a pretty easy beginning. It was warm and sunny and absolutely beautiful. Ruth and I learned quickly just how challenging the trek would be. We couldn't keep up with the kids and the altitude and heat were getting to us. We met up with the group for lunch at Wayllabamba for lunch after seeing the ruins at Llactapata. Honestly, we were questioning if we would ...
There are so many different ways to reach Machu Picchu I chose the jungle inca trek which combines hiking, downhill biking, white water rafting and ziplining!!! These four days were absolutely amazing starting with 44km of downhill biking with the most beautiful scenery. I did feel like the Michelin man with all the gear they kitted us out with! This was followed by white water rafting, which I had never done before, it was so much fun ...
... importance to the Inca’s, such
as temples worshipping the sun which were more finely crafted than the rest,
and then she then left us to explore Machu Picchu for ourselves for a couple of
Later we all met up in Machu Picchu town for lunch in
celebration of our epic adventure and the amazing trek we had just completed,
which has been without a doubt one of the highlights of our trip so far. Now
back to Cusco for a good shower……..
... daughter from England, a British midwife and a father, 71, and son from Calgary. A fairly homogenous group but a fun one!
The hike was brutal. Four days of climbing up frequently very steep and uneven rock steps followed by equally long periods of going down! After being sick the days before we began, I found it really tough going that first day. I was winded almost instantly on any incline and felt really discouraged. It was about 11 km and seven hours of climbing up to ...
... up the mountains to Macu Picchu. But did not have the energy to spend much time at Macu Picchu so took an early bus back to town and to the Inkaterra Hotel which is just great. Had a couple of hours sleep and feel much much better. Dinner in hotel (with no alcohol!!) and then we'll have an early night. Quiet morning tomorrow then a ...