TODAY WAS THE DAY! We finally conquered the mighty Machu Picchu on our well deserved resting day. It was beyond gorgeous. Words will not be able to do this day justice. We arrived very early in the morning with hopes of watching the sunrise. However we were greeted with a lot of clouds and rain. Everyone was bundled up in their poncho´s and raincoats. Daniel brought us to all of the important spots. We saw all of the shrines and gorgeous looks over the impressive mountains and rushing river. Don´t worry, there were thousands of pictures taken between the twelve of us. Daniel was an amazing tour guide, giving us moments together that we will never forget. Eventually the clouds and rain gave in, and the sun broke through, making the views even more breath taking. None of us wanted to leave. As we finished our tour, it started to rain again. Perfect timing I would say. We were all starving, so Daniel brought us to a nice restauraunt in Aguas Calientes . Some of us got our much needed american comfort food such as pizza and spaghetti. I decided to be a bit more adventurous. I had grilled Alpaca and it was AMAZING. It was like a big chunk of filet minion. It is definitely a meal I will never forget! We were running a bit late since lunch took longer than usual, so we had to rush back to the hostel to fetch our bags and run to the train station. Once aboard, we were surrounded by even more gorgeous views. Some played cards, some discussed group information, and some slept after the long trek. We disembarked the Peru Rail train and met back up with Daniel. We settled into our new hostel for the night. The son of the hostel ower came in and visted some of the boys, greeting them with hugs and a lot of laughs. Tonight we all plan on catching up on sleep before, after a few games of phase 10 and multi person solitare of course.