Still, we have completed some serious exercise, seen some amazing archeological sites, the views we did see were great, as well as the plants and animals - lots of cute hummingbirds and the flowers were out in full bloom, so insteadof looking macro,we went micro, and it was good. We also have met some relaly lovely people who are hanging out in Cuzco for a while, so we will be entertained for the next week until the Amazon expedition.
Still havenīt eaten Guinea Pig (I will do it though) Okie dokes, pictures on now....Love yas, look out for the Amazon pics coming soon xx
Well weīre just back from the Inca Trail, and all I have to say is (W)OW. My legs are killing me. The Inca Trail is HARD, friends, why didnīt anyone tell me, it was like Outward Bound but uphill, even downhill was hard work!!! But it was seriously cool too. Again, travelling in off peak season was a slight bummer (at least the trail was open,. its closed in Feb!) as it rained quite a bit which is fine but there were some viewpoints which I imagine are amazing, but were just cloud ;( At least it cleared for the main attraction, the Inca Ruins, so we got a good view of it, wierd when you finally see something foryourself youīve seen a million times, itīs always better I think, this definitely was, itīs more complex and larger. I couldnīt get up WaynuPicchu though, my fear of heights kicked in halfway up, yikes, way worse than the Glouster Tree (whiuch I still havenīt got past the 5th step on! One day...)