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things seen and doneEleven months - in northern or southern continents, through showers or stinky days, still better together. 🧡Adventures in trekking. Four days, three nights, fifteen hikers, two guides, twenty two porters (each carrying 65 pounds 😱), two 13,000 foot passes, forty five kilometers, four rainstorms, soooo many Inca sites, and the occasional llama. 🇵🇪 . . . 1. Llactapata archaeological site 2. Ayapata camp at 10,829 ft 3. Llama caravan taking snacks up the mountain to sell to hikers 4. Llulluchapampa (12,460 ft), looking up to Dead Woman Pass (13,779 ft) 5. Going down the back of Dead Woman Pass 6. Leaving Choquicocha (camp 2 - 11,800 ft) 7. First glimpse of Mt Machu Picchu in the valley beyond Phuyupatamarca (12,073 ft) 8. Heading down so. many. stairs. toward Intipata 9. Nine Germans and six Americans 10. Our company Alpaca Expeditions was amazing and took care of every detailThat. Was. Amazing. 10/10 would absolutely most definitely do again. 🤩🤩🤩 (Machu Picchu yesterday morning from near the Sun Gate, getting first morning light.)
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