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The last day on the trail started with cake for breakfast and ended in Machu Picchu. Doesn't get better than that!
Each student shared a reflection on the trip so far:
Izzy: The dogs we saw in the towns and at the school we helped paint were so cute, but Ken won't let us take one home.
Katie: I love alpacas. The hills don't love me.
Kenzie: I enjoyed the hike and the views are beautiful. The spectacled bear was cool.
Evan: I loved climbing mountain …
Our intrepid hikers are over the high pass and back in cellphone range, so we have this update from Ken:
Everyone is doing really well. We'll make it to Machu Picchu around noon tomorrow. And the photo with the black speck in it is a picture of a spectacled bear! Don't worry, it was far in the distance.
Tonight we will camp at Phuyu Pata Marca Camp. It is a beautiful campsite on a mountain ridge where one can view the giant, glaciated, Salkantay …
The morning was spent exploring the Ollantaytambo ruins in the Sacred Valley. After lunch, we drove to Chillca (1.5 to 2 hours) and Pisca, where we started our hike -- 5km from Pisca Kucho to Llacta Pata. We will be spending the night at the Llactapata Campsite -- a beautiful small campsite next to extensive ruins.
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