El Patio de Monterrey
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Arising to the grey drizzly skies of Lima, we set of to explore the cliff top parks of Miraflores, the museums and cathedral in the old colonial part of town, and the huge bustling Mercado Central. Surrounded by more chickens hanging from their feet and beef offal than you could possibly fathom, we divulged in our first ceviche of the trip. Lima …
... of the trek, we saw the glacier in all its glory - it was stunning... A huge frozen glacier with a frozen lake below it and the mountains in the background was just mind-blowing. Even our travel-blogging buddies said how overwhelming and exceptional it was and they’ve been travelling their whole lives!
We’re so glad we booked the trek! Definitely the highlight of our first week in Peru.
The guesthouse we stayed in ...
... 160; We all arrived at the lake at different times, because of course the altitude affects everyone differently, so some people took about an hour longer to get up than the first people to arrive. That gave us plenty of time to enjoy the lake and eat our lunches that we brought up with us. It was a really beautiful scene, and we got really lucky with the weather. It was sunny with blue skies almost the whole day, so we couldn’t have asked ...
In the last blog we were at Isle Del Sol, Lake Titicaca Bolivia. Since then we've crossed into Peru and been to: Puno, Lake Titicaca reed islands, Cusco (Machu Pichu), Ica (Huacachina), Paracas, Lima, and now I'm writing from Huaraz. It's been a fun leg, Peru is amazing. In Lima there were incidents resulting in Tom ditching us to go find some fun elsewhere. He kept his plans very secret and disappeared one evening without a goodbye, well he said cya and got up and ...
... lived for ever in the mountains. We have a very relaxed day strolling around Huaraz, we visited the Archaeological museum which had numerous ancient pots, carvings and other items from the valley. Some went back over 2000 years. The Inca civilisation was here but it wasn't huge as it was mostly based from Cusco where we head in a week. We did actually camp near some old Inca ruins on our trek but they were all but collapsed and Pass 8 the Punta Union Pass was used by the ...