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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 ...
... edge. With metal spikes crunching underfoot we progressed without head torches navigating by the full moon and following the rope in front of us. The Ice sparkled and stretched out for miles in front of us, the silhouettes of false peaks and the next ridge coaxing us ever onwards. At time the slopes were vertical and a struggle to walk up at a constant pace. Half way in the peak appeared to be so close, but in that twinkling half light was ...
... weather. The hike back down to the van only took an hour and 45 minutes, because it is just that much easier dealing with the altitude when you have gravity on your side. It was a really nice walk, but again, everyone goes at their own pace, so I made it back about an hour before the last people showed up. It was no big deal though because it was such a beautiful place, I didn’t mind being stuck there. We had our three hour drive ...
... 2pm and had the rest of the day to relax while staring up at what I was told was voted the worlds most beautiful mountain. I was worried when I saw everyone had headlights but the clearness of the moon and stars made it easy to see. I tried to be the last to go to bed every night and the exhaustion of that took me back to the excitement of staying up past your bedtime when you're little - a very old feeling. On the third day we walked to the top of a mountain to ...
The bus was meant to arrive to Huaraz around 5:30am but the lights came on an hour earlier and we were told to get off the bus. Everybody begrudgingly got up from their seat and hesitantly stepped off the bus into the cold mountain air.
While we waited in the long queue for the toilet, Andy and Carlee took a taxi to their hostel. We thought we might get a coffee before trying to get into our hotel, but the cafe next door to the bus station was ...