I always find the best way to get a picture on a historical site of Ruins is to jump. So we did.
This picture underneath is of the main "Sun Temple" on the site, and in the corner there you can see a man with a camera. They were making a documentary on the site, and we were asked to be in it as "tourists." I know.. I know... famous.
So we had been there for around 2 hours, and while we were waiting for our bus to leave the FOG/CLOUDS came down (since we are in the Andes) and it just started to pour rain. It was rad to see, especially from the dryness of the bus we were on. Here are a few photos of the oncoming fog...
This last picture you can barely make out the shape of the Sun Temple in the background, because literally it was totally covered by the clouds. Flippin' sweet!
Also, on the bus ride home Matt and I both wanted window seats, so we didn't sit next to each other and were able to sit by some Natives. I talked almost the whole way back with this delightful woman that said my Spanish was very well. I need to practice more, and that little bit of confidence helped. SO thank you to that woman on the bus, you helped me feel a little better about this foreign language I am trying to master.