Maccu Picchu, Peru
OK, can this place be any more magical?!? Maccu Picchu is one of those bucket list travel destinations for me, so when I found out I was going to Argentina, I signed myself up for an extra week in Peru.
To get to Maccu Picchu, you have to fly into Lima, Peru (I suggest staying a while!) and then fly into Cusco, Peru. From Cusco you take a car to Ollantaytambo, located in the Sacred Valley, and the board a train to Aguas Calientes. Here are some of the photos from the trip up.
The Journey from Cusco to Maccu Picchu
And then we arrived at this magical place in the clouds...
Hope you enjoyed these photos! Make sure to check out my print store over at www.LindseyO.com where these will be added soon!
On a last note, visiting Maccu Picchu during rainy season was indescribably lucky. I was there with a handful of people as compared to the 10,000/day that visit during most of the year (the dry months) who are only allowed to stay for 2 hours and must go with a guide. It took a few hours for the clouds to break and rain to stop but I can't image having seen this place any other way.
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