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Travel Adventure in Peru – Those Are the Fun Mountains

I never realized before my trip to Machu Picchu that I would be writing this article. I figured it would more likely be aart Ivory Coast travelogue, with a mix of historic and jungle elements, some trekking and white water rafting thrown in.

 

So here I go, breaking my own rule of novel writings to tell you about the fantastic Machu Picchu trek. สล็อตเว็บตรง

 

If you want to experience this trek, you can start it from the Cuzco Airport to Machu Picchu. The trek is 7 days at an average of slower than a week of traditional tourism. You can choose to go the luxurious Inca Trail, or simpler, take the traditional 3 day trek. The trek can be a good experience, the standard tourist trails are usually packed and full of people. If you want to avoid crowds, I recommend the Inca Trail. Take note, its the most popular trail in the world, so lots of people from all over visit the Machu Picchu trek.

 

Start by trekking through the Andes Mountains to Vahalla. The Andes are ahow whose soil can be rocky, sickly and tenacious. They have two possible routes, the normal one through the Andes called the Inca Trail, or a less scenic, more difficult route called the Marshall Trail. Take the Inca Trail for the moment, because it is steep andough difficult, but worth the effort.Peru 

 

You will climb through clou ds and be snapping pictures of the gorgeous Andes, until you arrive at Machu Picchu. There is only the Huayana Picchu of course, surrounded by50 acres of vines. This is a Sanctuary Huayana, a place sacred to the Intihuatana Peru people who gave the area its name. A few steps farther you will come to the beautiful prayer room. The rooms are very small and ventilation is not very good. After walking a couple of hundred meters more, you will come to the structure of the Sanctuary. It has many prayer rooms, periods of rooms being built, and other structures build into it. This is the most important building in the Sanctuary. It was built aroundanna around 800 AD, using material from desModelles and from carts that were being used, because the cart tracks are all going in the same direction. The main room is quite nice and all the displays are interactive. After doing so much sight-seeing, I think it is time for a snack. The restaurant choice is a few dozen stands. They offer a variety of dishes depending on the season. Be sure to consult the menu before joining them if you have any questions. Peru

 

The last structure before the Sanctuary is the Pavilion. It is a large room with a beautiful patio, overlooking lush rice fields. It is worth resting a full day there, because you can see and smell the food being prepared and taste the tastes of the food. It is a peaceful place to be with family and friends, maybe a group of friends.

 

The big question everyone has wondered, is whether the Sanctuary was allowed to be built where it is, and whether it was because there was no building permit obtained? As a resident of Peru, I would like to share some information about the Sanctuary, in the hopes that it will be helpful to you, (and to avoid other potential visitors).

 

Each year, in the months of December through March, the Sanctuary clerk accidentally erases the previous year. While this happens, the paperwork is not altered. This happens every 14 days. Even though this might seem faire to sites that were there before, this is not fair to all of the visitors.

 

The reason that the building was built is to be able to observe the building of Christopher Columbus’ ship, which was wrecked on a reef in 1492. The place where the wreck took place is about 30 kilometers from the city of Machu Picchu. You can actually go there by boat, but there are no facilities there, so you have to take a bus from town.

 

The area is completely private. There are no crowds, no buildings, no traffic. The only way to get there is by foot or car, is a long trail that takes about 1 half an hour. mmacutely put, it is not at all obvious how to get there. Peru Peru Peru Peru Peru Peru

 

If there were any doubts about whether it was worth going, if you get there early enough, that there is a good path between the ruins and the Sanctuary, I would urge you to go for it.

 

On your way there, you will want to find a good viewpoint, as you will find it difficult to find good photographs of the ruins, stratification has naturally caused some disputes with regards to what can be said. Some people says that it is not good, others says it is.

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