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Machu Picchu

Returning to Cusco… this time so most og the group can make one of the treks around Machu Picchu. Their are only two of us, myself and Wayne not doing any of the walks. 186 more words

South America

Our Inka Jungle Trek - Day 4: The last hoorah, Machu Picchu!

24th of April 2015

Day 4: Machu Picchu

I’ll not go into too much detail here – that takes all the fun out of visiting the place yourself! 524 more words

Our Inka Jungle Trek - Day 3: Zip lining, more walking, and we're almost there

24th April 2015

DAY 3: zip lining, headaches, more walking, and Aguas Calientes – nearly there!

There’s actually not a whole lot to be said about day 3 – I may have observed more if I was focusing less on just putting one foot in front of the other and keeping my head from exploding. 677 more words

Day 15 - (4/5/2015) - Aguas Calientes, Santa Teresa

Today we had a free day in Aguas Calientes, and we decided to visit hot springs in Cocalmayo, near Santa Teresa.
It was a great walk along the train tracks, for about 2.5 hours. 92 more words


Machu Picchu

What qualifies a place as one of the seven manmade wonders of the world? Is it the sheer size, the feats of engineering, the beauty, or the history? 393 more words


Why spending a night at Machu Picchu is golden

Just about everyone who visits Peru goes to Machu Picchu and loves it. You can visit on a day trip from Cusco or the Sacred Valley… 920 more words

Llama Travel

Aquas Calientes - the "Machu Picchu town"

Everybody wants to go to Machu Picchu once in their life, right?

Martin and I traveled there last year and to get to Machu Picchu we traveled by train from Cusco, probably one of the most common ways, a trainride that takes around 3-4 hours. 598 more words