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... and so the next day we had a bit of a slower day - booking the ice climbing, that Dianenand Bertine also decided to join in with - and visiting the market. Huaraz isn't very big and so it's relatively easy to walk around and se it all... evn with the election marches on going. The market contained the usual aniumal carcasses, big bags of all sorts of beans/ rice / ingrediants and we decided to buy some quinoa and cook (well the girls cooked, the guys cleaned up ...
... you're in your own crazy reality and unaware of it. It's better to be aware that you're a fool... Everyone has headlights, they cut their fruit with Swiss Army knives, they have special hiking pants and I'm just here like 'derp'. Their qualifications range from telecommunications engineer, optical engineer, seven years studying to be a doctor, seven years studying psychology and law, accountants... A smart bunch. And lovely. The third day was the hardest. After ...
... thought we were heading straight back to Huaraz but
no we had another shop sell stop at a pottery shop where a young man
demonstrated making a pot before the sell. We arrived back at 8:30 and decided
to try out a café mentioned in the Lonely Planet which was on the 3rd
floor of a building above a mountain bike shop. We were very taken by the menu
where we had nachos and burritos making a fine ending to a long but enjoyable
... hostel I was at. On the way back I strolled along Plaza de Armas and the little artesan markets in the city centre before finding a very nice looking Italian pizzeria place where I finally managed to get some food. Garlic bread, pizza and a fruit salad later I walked back to the hostel and quickly decided it was bed time as the next day would be a long day and I would need my sleep. Unfortunately I wouldn't really get the sleep I needed. Two drunk Spanish ...
Huaraz and Huayhuash 22nd April to 2nd May by Martin
After doing nothing in Lima we were eager to get out and explore rural Peru. Our first port of call on our explorations was Huaraz, a town about 8 hours north of Lima.
The main reason for visiting Huaraz was to trek around the Cordillera Huayhuash for 8 days, a range of mountains in the Andes made famous by Touching the Void, don't worry though, neither of us succumbed to ...