The Inca Trail probably something I would never do again but an experience that was totally worth it.
My feet, calves, and quads right now are burning, but the beautiful scenery (especially day 3), the delicious food (I have no idea how they were able to make some of that food), the neverending stairs, the people you meet, and the history you learn were memories that were unforgettable.
Mucho gracias to Rony, Marcos, and Maria for being great tour guides; they were always checking up on us and were open to any questionss we had on the various inca sites.
The porters and cook were also amazing and the whole trip would not have been possible without them. (Oo by the way don't expect "Inca Flat" to be flat.).