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Visiting Machu Picchu

The first time I traveled to Peru I, of course, had Machu Picchu on my mind, but I denied it. As a Historian, I had to be fair and commit to the fact it's just another archeological site amidst many other in that country. So I went to Cuzco, which is one of the most amazing places I've ever visited, took a train through the Urumbamba Valley, also amazing, and got to Águas Calientes where the buses to the site depart from.
The bus goes up and twirling, you look through the window in expectation but you get no glimpse of the ruins at all. After half an hour you arrive at a busy parking lot, with a huge hotel at the bottom, where I got grumpy, reasuring my idea that it's all too much touristy. There's a long stone wall with a tiny passageway which I considered to be the start of the trecking, but it was not, you go through it and the city shows up surprisingly, all there, just in front of you.
I started shaking and weeping, I couldn't move forward. My husband mocked me.
I remember feeling like a child in an amusement park! I took pictures of every single detail because I had to bring it back with me somehow, but there's no picture to really mean it! You have to breath that air!

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Visiting Machu Picchu
The first time I traveled to Peru , I , of course, had Machu Picchu on my mind , but I denied it . As a Historian, I had to be fair and commit to the fact tell myself that it's just another archeological site amidst many other others in that the country. So instead, I went to Cuzco, which is one of the most amazing places I've ever visited , . I also took a train through the amazing Urumbamba Valley , also amazing, and got to arrived at Águas Calientes where the buses to the site depart from.
The bus
goes went up and twirling , you look winding through the window in expectation but you get no glimpse of mountains. I looked through the window, expecting to see the ruins at all , with no luck . After half an hour you arrive I arrived at a busy parking lot , with a huge hotel at the bottom , where I got grumpy, reasuring reaffirming my idea that it's all too much touristy. There 's was a long stone wall with a tiny passageway which I considered to be thought was the start of the trecking trek , but it was not, you go wasn't. I went through it , and suddenly, the city shows up surprisingly , all there, just right in front of you.
I started shaking and
weeping crying , I couldn't move forward . My husband mocked made fun of me.
I remember feeling like a child in an amusement park! I took pictures of every single detail because I had to bring it back with me somehow, but there's no picture
to really mean that can capture it! You have to breath breathe that air!
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Visiting Machu Picchu
The first time I traveled to Peru I, of course, had Machu Picchu on my mind, but I denied it. As a Historian, I had to be fair and commit to the fact that it's just another archeological site amidst amongst many other others in that the country. So I went to Cuzco, which is one of the most amazing places I've ever visited , took . Took a train through the Urumbamba Urubamba Valley, also amazing, and got to Águas Calientes where the buses to the site depart from.

The bus goes up and twirling, you look through the window in expectation but you get no glimpse of the ruins at all. After half an hour you arrive at a busy parking lot, with a huge hotel at the bottom
, where . I got grumpy, reasuring reassuring my idea that it's all too much touristy. There's a long stone wall with a tiny passageway which I considered to be the start of the trecking trek , but it was not , you . You go through it and the city shows up surprisingly, all there, just in front of you.

I started shaking and weeping, I couldn't move forward. My husband mocked me. I remember feeling like a child in an amusement park! I took pictures of every single detail because I had to bring it back with me somehow
, but . But there's no picture to really mean it! You have to breath breathe that air!
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