After the memory filled days of exploring Machu Picchu, the boys took the long route and made it up even higher as Ann and I skipped the bus ride and walked back to Aguascalientes.
One of the outstanding features of this city, is how it sits hillside with a beautiful river running through it.
Even though it is fully stocked with several gift shops, craft markets and tienda’s, we went for the group effort and indulged in a game of “table hopping”.
This pleasant pause was with a local woman behind a card table, whom I believe was fully impressed with our enthusiasm for her amazing stuffed peppers and veggie potato snacks!
Not only did we find Jenga at this pit stop, we found one of the last empty blocks to make our mark!
Wrapping up our self entertaining excursion, we boarded a train to connect us to a bus, that finally dropped us off back for the walk to our hostel.
Tomorrow, the markets and inner streets of one of my favorite cities in South America… Cusco!