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Machu Pichu

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Machu Pichu and the Inca Trail were the most anticipated event of our one year off. First because if you want to do the Inca Trail you have to book the tour way before hand. Second because we would have to walk for 4 days with altitudes between 2600m to 4200m. Not an easy task. But I am here to tell you that we did.
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Llama at the Sacsayhuaman site in Cuzco
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At the city market
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Visiting Maras Moray an Inca site close to Cuzco
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At the start of the Trail
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The four of us with the porters
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Helen, Peter, Gabi and I at the highest point of the trail 4215m above sea level
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The tents
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Peter, Jamil (our guide) and Gabi at the Dinner table.
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Really nice views along the way.
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The view of Machu Pichu
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And the rewarded picture.