Peru, Resor, Sydamerika
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Peru: On the road to Machu Picchu

I think I have to tell this story more than once. I am exhausted after a day at Machu Picchu, why I start with photos from the road to Machu Picchu and continue with more later.

It is a complicated story of cost and how we got there, but basically you have to pay the cab to the trainstation, the train, the fee for entering Machu Picchu, the bus from the little village Machu Picchu up to the old city and also a guide. Overall I think me and Martin spend 3000 sek, at least, which is around 400-500 dollars depending.

But the trainride, oh the trainride was worth it alone.

Enjoy the pictures. They are from the trainride and from the village Machu Picchu, which is named Agua Caliente. They have hot springs there, why the name.

A hot tip if deciding to travel the Andes, bring a raincoat. I did, never regreted that 🙂


As always taken with my Canon 5D Mark iii, 24-105 mm Canon lens and edited in lightroom.


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