Una Adventura

This next bit I’ll tell in pictures.  One, because I haven’t written about it in my diary.  And two, because the pictures almost speak for themselves.

The descent on Day 3 was pretty wonderful.  Like all descents, moods were significantly brighter, steps significantly spritelier and spirits markedly improved.

We learnt about various green things, the only one of which I listened to being the tree of many layers:

Peeling tree, much like my nose.

The views down were brilliant.  We stopped to take pictures where possible, and once again that distant (or not so distant) run of water.

Walking with the clouds

Walking with the clouds

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The group

The group

For all my grumbles, A. was actually a good man at heart.

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We saw some more left over ruins:

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And met eye to eye with mother nature:


Before reaching our lunch time spot:

Resting in the sun

Resting in the sun


Trout farm.  Catch a fish...

Trout farm. Catch a fish…

Wack it.

Wack it.

Return to Ollantaytambo.

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With some chilling time at the train station:

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The scenic train

The scenic train

A genuinely not staged photo of the group trying to figure out B's card tricks!

A genuinely not staged photo of the group trying to figure out B’s card tricks!

Quite right.

Quite right.




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