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Aguas Caliente


It feels a little weird to be returning from a completely different trip, and still working on blogs from the last one, but I feel like I need to finish up. (Yeah, yeah, 1st world problem. I’m not complaining!) Please bear with me.

So we left off in Aguas Caliente – hot water – that’s the name of the darling little town at the base of Machu Picchu.

From Ollantaytambo, we took the train through a very scenic valley to Aguas Calliente.

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The porters that run supplies up the Incan Trail

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After a scenic trip we arrived to a surprisingly darling little town.

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We stayed at a hotel called El Mapi – cute and trendy…

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We were introduced to Pisco Sours – the national drink of Peru. Yum.

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And then there was dinner at a TERRIFIC restaurant – Indio Felice. Talk about surprises! A cute, fun restaurant and great meal in a small town in very rural Peru.

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And then there was Machu Picchu…

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I am a woman who has committed to living a creative life.

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