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... before we were making ourselves sweaty chese and ham sarnies with no butter or sauce. "Lovely"... but it hit a spot. First stop was another Laguna, Chinancocha, which everyone agreed was beautiful but which we had under 5 minutes to jump off the bus, take some snaps and jump back on the bus! We then continued to drive for 15-20 minutes until we reached a small establishment, where we could use the bano, grab a snack or coffe and stretch our legs before we began hiking. Back ...
... Indian songs. She cleansed the circle of negativity by burning bark from the Amazon jungle. It was really nice but I had to control myself and not laugh and avoided eye contact with Louis and Ally especially, because I would have lost control. A measure of my immaturity. Only because it was so unusual and unexpected but so cool and special at the same time. Margareta our tour guide/ hike leader sang for us as well. The second day we made good time and got to ...
... tall mountains
some capped with snow. We had an hour here and walked around part of the lake.
We then headed slowly back and stopped for lunch at 4 in the afternoon at the
town of Caraz and then had our first sales shop stop at a small shop where they
were selling what seemed to be some types of jams. The next stop was very
sobering as we stopped at the national cemetery at what remains of Yungay. In
1970 a massive earthquake affected all of ...
The bus arrived 2 hours early to Huaraz at 5am and we didn’t
even realise we were there. We sat in the bus terminal until it was light
watching the hotel touts trying to drum up business. At 7am we decided to leave
and got a taxi. We had a good laugh at this old bomb because as we approached
the taxi the driver whipped out his old plastic taxi sign and attached it to
the roof. We drove the short distance to ...
... his 60th birthday and that this was his ride to the party.
The next day we got everything right. We left bright and early on a tourist bus that took us straight to the trailhead. Despite pausing every few minutes to capture the unravelling beauty of the landscape, we completed the tough climb up to the bright turquoise Laguna 69 (at a dizzying 4,600m above sea level) and back in good time.
Bolstered by our success, we planned our next trek - this ...