Hotel Agusto's Urubamba
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En route pour les salines, Salinas de Maras. Chauffée des profondeurs, l'eau coule en une source tiède et salée; il y a des volcans actifs au Pérou et les tremblements de terre fréquents témoignent de la collision de plaques tectoniques. Puis, autre Forteresse Inca, Ollantaytambo, village toujours habité. Visite par la suite de Pisac, le site arché …
... a precarious ride across the river in a wooden basket suspended from a metal wire followed by a long stop at some hot springs. We caught a short bus from there to Santa Teresa where, after dinner and a few drinks, we stayed the night in a hostel. The trek was postponed next morning, instead we went zip-lining... 5 zip lines ranging from 200 and 500 metres in length suspended between 20 and 250 metres above the valley floor and river below, and ...
... We were off to a very reassuring start. From there we trekked to our camp for the first night, Soraypampa, arriving just before lunch time. Already the views and landscape are spectacular, and with no more puma sitings, things are looking a little better. After lunch we struggled up Mount Humantay to Lake Humantay, at 4200 metres. This is the highest any us have been before. We're a little breathless, and Tobi is suffering from a killer altitude headache, but it's totally ...
... This is scary. I ask him what they are and one is for the inflammation , the other for pain and congestion. I tell him not to worry about the pain one, so he rewrites the script with a different second component, and some tablets to take 3x day. OK. So the youngest of the thee comes in with some glass ampoules which he has trouble opening, and loads up a brand new syringe (thankfully I don't have to try to ask for that) and I bare my butt him to administer ...
... an hour or two drive to our breakfast spot, then another hour or so drive to the start of the hike. This is where we hit the first hitch in our trek! About a half hour from the breakfast spot the bus stops on the road. We look forward and there is a huge lineup of cars. We found out that just like the bus ride into Cusco. The road workers completely close the road to work on it. So we just turned around and went back to the closest town and make breakfast there! After a nice ...