Second time in Machu Picchu.
First time by bus this time via Inca Trail --MUCHO WOW--.
Hiking the Inca Trail was undoubtedly an amazing and unforgettable experience. It afforded the opportunity to see and explore the majestic ruins the great Inca civilization built, and to walk the steps they once walked.
The trail was difficult to hike, specially during the ascend to the Dead Woman's Pass. But once reached, we were rewarded with a sense of achievement and relief, knowing the most arduous stretch of the was behind. Our group was amazing, always encouraging each other to ensure everyone made it to Mach Picchu. Once at MP, all the countless steps became faded memories, realizing we had reach end of an incredible journey. This life lasting experience was made possible by the encouragement our great guide Henry and his assistant Milton, the outstanding chef Beltran, and the hard working porters.
My especial thanks to our trip coordinator, Ruth Diaz. Her invaluable customer service helped my daughter and I prepare for the unforgettable Inca Trail experience.