Slept okay last night and woke as we started our climb up the Andes to Cuzco. We were both amazed by the amount of villages and farms there were along the way - the only place people had not settled was at the very top of the mountains. Got into Cuzco ahead of schedule and were both suffering from altitude sickness. The girl from the hostel who picked us up said not to worry we could have some tea at the hostel which would alleviate our headaches and nausea. When we got there we had to chew these leaves and they did surprisingly work as our headaches went away. We do however feel a bit spaced out and have not managed to do anything all day apart from a couple of short walks around the town (think the leaves must be some kind of drug with side effects)! Cuzco is a really nice city with cobbled streets and quaint squares and there are loads of tourists here. There is a girl in the hostel from Barry (she is a doctor and has been volunteering) - the first welsh person we have met so far. The town is full of pubs and bars and we have already spotted 2 Irish Bars - we were too drugged up to sample them today though!