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Visit to the ruins of Pisac

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We went to the bus station and took the first bus that left in that direction. All the passengers were locals, so, of course, Rósin and I called attention. After a half hour ride, with various stops in the villages that were on the way, we arrived in Pisac. Getting off the bus, a young girl, accompanied by a friend, approached us and asked if we planned to visit the ruins. We said yes, and he asked us if we cared that he would guide us, since it would serve as a practice for his archeology and tourism studies in Cusco. Our answer, as you can imagine, was affirmative, so the four of us were delighted to visit the ruins of Pisac.

At more than 3,000 meters high, we found it difficult to keep up with the intrepid Alice and her companion. You had to climb an infinity of steps and go through a multitude of passageways and various paths to examine in detail these fantastic ruins. On more than one occasion we had to ask them for a few minutes of rest to regain strength.

We had a great time, and thanks to Alicia we learned a lot of interesting concepts about the Incas, some expert agronomists and astronomers, without a doubt.

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