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Having a wonderful time and tomorrow is Machu Picchu!

Message we received today from a Wildland traveler:

We are having a wonderful time. Your guides have been fantastic! Delia (SP) is working on her MS in archeology - a rare find in a guide. She was so informed and is a true expert. The choice of sights that we visited were perfect. The largo private collection was unbelievable. And the cathedrals and monastery visits were very different - we enjoyed the entire morning. The afternoon was spent going to hike and to dinner and supper. Today's flight to Cuzco was easy and most of us are handling the altitude fairly easily. Harry - our guide now - is great. He took us for a warm up hike today on our way from Cuzco after lunch. I think he was testing out the old folks to see how much he could push us. We kept pushing him to go a little further. Tomorrow is Machu Picchu. We are all excited and ready to take the trek up the hill.
 
Sincerely,
 
Art M. aka The Math Guy
Art is a Wildland traveler currently on our Galapagos & Machu Picchu Adventure
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Guest - Sherry Howland on Monday, 23 September 2013 05:09

Just a quick note to clarify: the "trek up the hill" Art mentions is our KM104, a terrific 4-6 hour hike that basically covers the last full day of the famous 4-day Inca Trail Trek. KM104 enables people on tighter time schedules to still experience the wonders of the Inca Trail, including the spectacular ruins of Winay Wayna. Hikers also enter Machu Picchu through the Intipunku (Gate of the Sun), and experience to be treasured forever! Ask us about this and other treks to Machu Picchu, we can find the best match for your time and inclinations

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Just a quick note to clarify: the "trek up the hill" Art mentions is our KM104, a terrific 4-6 hour hike that basically covers the last full day of the famous 4-day Inca Trail Trek. KM104 enables people on tighter time schedules to still experience the wonders of the Inca Trail, including the spectacular ruins of Winay Wayna. Hikers also enter Machu Picchu through the Intipunku (Gate of the Sun), and experience to be treasured forever! Ask us about this and other treks to Machu Picchu, we can find the best match for your time and inclinations
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