So much history surrounding the area. A good guide will take you to each area and explain the history of these long forgotten people. Explore and keep asking questions.
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These people were craftsman and even today it would be difficult to build on this site the increadable stone work we see here.
We went early and not that many people where in the area. This is a very good time to take photos. You can do wide angle and telephoto.
You find it on the walk around of Machu Pichu. It is quite incredible to see the structures on top of the mountain. You can see some of the Incan walls and engineering at this sight.
Whilst walking around the site, you will come across this. Check out the size of these rocks, it is a wonder how they may have constructed this place.
While we were touring Machu Picchu in a morning rain, the intricacy of the construction and the size of the stones involved were astounding.
Had goosebumps the entire time at this sacred place. You MUST get a tour guide to explain all on the Machu Picchu nuances to you or you will miss out on SO MUCH. Say a prayer here or meditate or just sit quietly. You will...More
No visit is complete without seeing several points of interest. This is one of the highlights because of the quality of the stone cuts and the points of view from this locale. Worth soaking up the atmosphere here.