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Photos: Inca Rail, Peru

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This is the entry point to both the actual Inca Trail and my entry point to the railroad tracks. Their way $200US, my way, free baby.
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Just some basic sights on the way. Not a bad walk visually.
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My standard lunch these days. Avocado sandwiches and Fanta.
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These are a bunch of Inca sites that I ran into on the way. The trains run that rail at about 30mph so there is no way that the people could spot these. Walking did have its benefits. And yes, I would walk it again if had the choice.
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On the way back, I met an old man who lived by km marker 82. He took me to an old trail that led to town. It was a great relief from the rock walking. There was a lot of more nature involved stuff and rows and rows of tuna (the cactus fruit.)
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