El Huerto Paraiso Sacred Valley Lodge
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At 5:20am we were woken up by Augosto and his tent service. We were given hot chocolate directly to our door! Nice! Today was supposed the hardest day with an accent of 1000m! Yesterday was only 300m! After a breakfast of pancakes, bread and sugar puffs we left about 6:45am about half hour to the first checkpoint, then another couple of hours to the first stop. I noticed how before breakfast the porters were chowing down ...
... After lunch they work and we would do school for about 2 hours and then play with them. One of the jobs we did was get a bucket of dirt, 70 little bags, starter plants and then mom would fold a bag and fill it up with dirt and hand it to Siena or me to put the plant in it. Walla. This was in the greenhouse. The kids schedule was to wake up before 6:45 to eat ...
... hot purple corn tea. We were all so impressed how they had been able to prepare a 4 course meal before we had even arrived.
As soon as we had finished fuelling our energy levels we continued on the trek towards the evening campsite. Meanwhile the porters washed the pots from lunch, packed up the tents and then later ran past us to gain some time before doing it all over again. They arrived at the evening campsite long before us so that they ...
... at our camp 12 hours after starting our ascent of Dead Woman's Pass and ready to hit the hay after enjoying another gastronomic wonder. The next morning we slept in until 6am, though we were both woken by the Chinese water torture our leaking tent played on us after a night of heavy rain. Today was to be an easy day descending to our campsite for the night at Wiñay Wayna (2680m/8792ft). The day started with a rolling paved trail that led to the Phuyupatamarca campsite, where ...
... top. Hiking up and it started to kick my ****, was a tough climb. Met a peruvian called lewis on way up. Im not saying im super fit but he was struggling alot more than me, thought he was gonna die at one point. Once through all the pain and sweated about 20 litres from my body i finally got to the top and it was totallly worth it. The view was mental, i was so high up machu picchu looked tiny. Sittin chillin at the top while doing a timelapse with my ...