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Smiles in paradise

Macchu Piccu, known to many as the “lost city of the Incas.”  It is located in the mountains of Wayna Pikchu, in Peru, where the Urubamba River bends. It is located in the Cusco Region. (Photos courtesy of Stacy Hinkemeyer)

 

The natives of Peru still embrace their ancestral heritage, and many dress in traditional clothing, like these two women pictured above.

 

Pictured is one of the 70 children (name omitted) who benefitted from a cleft lip facial-reconstruction surgery from Stacy’s trip.   A total of 70 children received surgeries from money raised, thanks to Stacy’s group.

 

There are many, many byways and paths along the Incan Trail. Stacy commented that men and women who live in the mountains still trek these paths with 50-80 pound packs on their shoulders, if not more.

 

A mountain-side perspective! Stacy stated that the trail, at some points, was only big enough for one passer-by to walk, so going “off road” was a frequent occurance.

 

An overview look from the Incan Trail. Stacy and her group of nine others started at around 7,000 feet at the base of these mountains, and climbed to 14,000 at one of the summit points. In total, Stacy and her group trekked around 50,000 stairs, and around 80,000 personal steps on their trip.

 


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