The Inca Trail (South America) Reviews
Description:Trail leading through the Andes to Machu Picchu / Trail leading through the Andes to Machu Picchu
Newest Review: ... lack of sleep and a little from the hike so I headed to bed as day 2 was said to be the heardest day and I wanted to feel as fresh as possible. Our tents were set up by the porters all we had to do was unroll our sleeping bags and go to sleep! Wayllabamba Campsite (Alt. 3000m) DAY 2 The porters woke us up bright and early at about 5.00am with a hot tea.. expect they kind of forgot to ... more
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by - written on 06/05/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Having just got back from the Inca Trail, I thought I would write a review. It is in the form of a diary kind of review so you get the full details of each day. I took part in the Inca Trail with my friend and we had our own private guide which was nice. We had our meals with 4 other people which was lovely too, as we got to chat and get to meet new people. Hope you enjoy the review. DAY 1 Today me and my friend woke up at about 4.30am. We were being picked up at our hotel at 6.00am so needed to make sure we had the right things packed, we ate our breakfast and were finally ready for the adventure we had ahead of us. At a little after 6 our guide ... Read the complete review
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