WARNING: You are about to experience what is
commonly known as PHOTO OVERLOAD.
Proceed with caution.
in the middle of the jungle in Peru. It is said to have once been a place of worship
or possibly a shrine to one of their emperors. What makes it so incredible is that
it was only discovered 100 years ago, which means it was in no way affected or
damaged by the Spanish conquistadores, like most Incan sites were.
Aguas Calientes. To reach the ruins from there, you take a short bus ride up the
mountain. We decided to stay the night in Aguas Calientes the night before we
went up to Machu Pichhu so that we could be among the first to arrive
I tried to do a handstand, which is on my Day Zero Project list,
The trail up to Huayna Picchu was just as beautiful.
Nap time!!! This is where we all got bitten by mysterious Peruvian bugs.
If you go to Machu Picchu, WEAR BUG SPRAY!!! We itchhh :(
And then... we discovered the alpacas. The babies were soooo soft
one of the famous sights in the ruins. While the walk to the bridge
was gorgeous, the bridge itself wasn't too exciting