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Key Vocabulary

Thermal baths
Aguas termales
Altitude sickness
Mal de altura
Train tracks
Vías del tren
Peaks
Picos
Steep
Empinado

Backpacking to Machu Picchu; Part II

Laia embarks on a backpacking adventure through Machu Picchu. Read this story and learn useful vocabulary and phrases for traveling.

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Backpacking to Machu Picchu; Part II

Laia embarks on a backpacking adventure through Machu Picchu. Read this story and learn useful vocabulary and phrases for traveling.

Beginner
Read and listen to this story in Beelinguapp!

I spent two nights in Santa Teresa, where I visited the famous thermal baths of Cocalmayo. It was relaxing to bathe in the outdoor pools fed by natural hot springs.
My next stop would be the hydroelectric station; from there, I would walk two hours to get to Aguas Calientes, the closest town to Machu Picchu.

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