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South American Nomads
After finally getting hitched (only taken 3 years) we have taken off for an extended honeymoon to Singapore, London, South America and New Zealand.
Rob trying to work out how the Inca´s cut and moved these boulders (some over 350 ton) into position
Cusco city by night - photo taken in the 3 seconds we had between getting asked to buy postcards and ciggies. This city really had to sort out the local hasslers problem
The start of the Inca Trail - notice everybody is still smiling at this stage!
Puca Pucara Inca Site
Taken at 5:30am from inside our tent. 30 minutes later the heavens opened
Our first campsite view - life is tough
All of us at Dead Woman's Pass (highest pass on the Inca Trail - 4215m). Don't we look great in our Ponchos!!
An Alpaca near the Dead Woman's Pass
Rob and Kel overlooking Machu Picchu. We were amazingly lucky with the weather. The whole week prior had been torrential rain.
Winay Wayna Inca site next to our third nights camping site
The view of Machu Picchu from Huayna Picchu. Well worth the climb, but not sure why they let still let tourists up here - cliff edges the whole way up.
Some of the amazing terracing at Machu Picchu