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... him about some information on the different outdoors things to do it Huaraz and how to take taxis and avoid being overcharged for the tours that are offered. He was very helpful. We were talking while he was working, albeit slightly slower, but he was helping a guest. Then the owner, a grumpy old man with his nose far up in the air, came over and started yelling at Tony and telling him to shut up and get back to work and that he should to be talking to the guests. I told the guy ...
After all the excitement of the Laguna we had our 2 day mountain trek with 15kilo bags to look forward to! Arriving early at the base our guide showed us the start of the route. Essentially straight up the side of the mountain for 400m starting at an altitude of 4,200m. Equipped with a headache we made our slow progress us the mountain. Our guide like a mountain goat could have covered the distance in a third of the time with ...
... on and made it there, and it was so worth it. It was one of the most beautiful places I’ve seen in South America. The water is this amazing blue color, and it’s surrounded by these snow covered mountains. It was absolutely stunning. By the way, it’s called Laguna 69 because this park has so many lakes that they didn’t want to come up with names for each one, so they just numbered them. Nothing more to ...
... you don't know me maybe this kind of thing does relate in some way? Ali gave me much needed advice and council along the way. 'People like trekking because they forget' someone said. They forget the pain and suffering of the trek. I don't know if I'll forget. Every step forward was a victory. But the ache in my legs and back is long gone now. Once we got to camp on day one we had a fire under the stars, Alexandra got out a big wooden flute and played hypnotising ...
... to the road as we made our way down a slippery path through adobe house villages. There were local people, in traditional clothing, going about their daily lives. Some were farming and moving their livestock while others were harvesting wheat with donkeys.
We took a colectivo back to town and we got a bit of a guided tour from our guide as he led us back to the start point. We walked past the market and had a good ceviche restaurant pointed out to us.