La Casa Della Mamma
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... I had to sit crooked with my legs out in the aisle, so my back was killing me by the time we got to Chivay.
The breakfast was an absolute joke. It consisted of two bread rolls with jam. That’s it. No eggs, no cheese, no ham, no juice. Just bread. So that was awful. We then had another two hour drive to the Cross of the Condors, and the view was pretty good, but we didn’t really see any ...
Then straight for dinner at
Hatunpa, a tiny little place that specialises in potatoes, about 5 different
varieties and colours of Andean strains, served with a variety of different
toppings – nice and not pricey. Dinner was interrupted (for some) but an
earthquake that lasted for about 15 secs but as not my first I just carried on
eating! Didn’t think anything of it, after all the city is surrounded by
... jacket. For me with hot water bottle and the stolen blanket, I was too warm to sleep at the beginning. Later on Freddie got better with the blanket cover inside sleeping bag. However we still could not sleep. Altitude maybe. Struggle struggle ...
... 23.00. Really pleased with this hotel, was once used as a mint apparently, we are here for 2 nights. Restaurant tonight was again excellent and a kindly policeman helped us find it when he saw us looking at a map, he escorted us there and even stopped the traffic when we had to cross the road. Road users obey the police very quickly, but then they are armed! We are now at 2600 metres but will gradually go to 5000 metres!
Oh, and today was Fiona's birthday.
Getting up at 1am actually wasn't too bad and we were both looking forward to reaching the summit. We were given the leftovers from yesterday's lunch for breakfast but both barely eat any as it was so dry, especially first thing at 1am! Not the best breakfast before a 6 hour trek!
We got our thermals on and head torches and left. At this point it was about -2 degrees and pitch black and the walk was the exact ...