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Chelsea Kane
Back home in Arizona. 👢👢
Learning to make my own Pisco Sour behind the bar.
Celebrating the end of an epic adventure with a cold shower and a cold Cusquena. #AguasCalientes
Aunt Taffy exploring Machu Picchu. See the rounded building off to the right? That's the Temple of the Sun. One of the first structures Harim Bingham spotted when he discovered the Crystal City. It took almost 100 years to clean up the stone work we see today and the restoration continues... Only 45
Taking it all in @ Sun Gate. Our guides gave some of us traditional Inca names that sounded similar to our own. Mine was Ch'aska which means Venus. In Incan mythology, she was the goddess of dawn and twilight.
Roving the Phuyupatamarka ruins... it is also known as The City Above the Clouds.
#yolorojo #Day3 #panflute
We hiked all morning to get to the top of the Runcuracay pass at 12960f. Austin, the Sexy Guinea Pig and I climbed even higher to check out the cairns on the top of this rock. A cairn is a man-made pile (or stack) of stones and are used as trail markers in many parts of the world. We made a wish and
Sunrise over the Andes 🌄 #Day3
Chin chin! Keeping warm with what I can only describe as a hot toddy. Tea made with apples and berries. Rum courtesy of Rojo.
"We are in the middle of the nowhere." #BeautifulDay #WonderfulWay #yolorojo
Toasting to a successful second day. No turning back now. #yolorojo #Day2
This is Josh. He quickly became my best bud on the trip. He filled his backpack with wine and rum as well as water. #Day2
The descent. We covered 12 kilometers in 7 hours. #Day2
Photo from the top of Dead Woman's Pass. We did it! Instead of shouting "cheese" for our celebratory snapshots, our family used phrases like "Never again!" and "Ow! My knees!" Also pictured, our AMAZING tour guides who made our trip one for the record books. On the far left is Ernie, so sweet and su
Caught in a rain/hail/snow storm en route to the summit. #Day2
Lunch spot. #Day2 ☕️