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When we got to the orphanage we settled in for the week and then we started to help out. I watered the plants with the boys until we were done working for the day. Then we played soccer for 2 hours. At 7 we ate soup for dinner. Everyday we would work until twelve then Siena and myself cooked in the kitchen for 2 hours. The kids would then get home from school and eat ...
... stopping to pose for pictures with a very brilliant double rainbow with glaciers in the background. It began to rain a bit as we reached the second Inca site we had seen from above at lunch; a large agricultural area with many terraces and a very steep set of stairs. Three llamas (pronounced ya-mas) greeted us at the bottom of the stairs where we had our last cultural lesson of the day. We made it to camp around 5pm and by this time I just wanted to lie down. Bre went for ...
... trail, it was an amazing experience and I wouldn't wanna have missed it.
We decided to walk down, even though my legs were shaking already I made it. I was very exhausted after that, but it was good pain.
After pizza and beer for dinner I caught up with a friend before heading back to Cusco by train. In the train we all fell asleep.
The next day in Cusco I met again with the danish couple and we walked around a few markets.
A very early start to the day, 3:45am was needed to reach Machu Picchu for the start of our tour at 6am. Most people decided to hike up the 1700 steps but Claire and I took the bus on advice from Ricardo as there would be a lot more hiking up there. When reaching the entrance, the early morning clouds surrounding the mountains of the ancient Inca ruins added to the beauty of the scene. Ricardo provided us with a 2 hour tour and I was surprised to hear that the town was ...
... and went back into the site, which took almost 30 minutes just to get back into the gate. The remaining 8 trekkers decided to stay together for a little while. In fact, it felt very strange to be completely on our own after following a guide for 5 days. We decided to make the trek to the famous Inca Bridge. We were very glad we did this. It was a tough climb up the mountain and we had to go through a security checkpoint to ...