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... the toilet on the bus was on of THE most disgusting things I have ever seen in my life. And I'm not exaggerating, promise. It was beyond vile. Anyway. We left Uyuni around 7.30 in the evening, and arrived at La Paz around 7.00 in the morning. My first port of call was to get a bus ticket from La Paz to Arequipa, which was actually easier to do than I thought, and I got a ticket for 8am that same morning. So after a quick breakfast I was ready to get on the bus again. And ...
... had a much needed rest. But all to quick we were up again to continue the next 3 hour descent into camp. At a constant downhill my knees were really starting to give way. With no walking sticks to take some of the pressure away we were really struggling! Blisters then started to appear.
Justa before it got dark we finally reached our camp which consisted of beds in little huts and no electricity! After dinner everyone passed out ready for a 4:30am start back ...
... at 3pm so we had time for lunch first. I picked Crepessimo as it had good reviews on Trip Advisor. As well as making the traditional crepes you'd expect, it also made crepes using Peruvian ingredients. It was a cute little place and the chef made the crepes on the restaurant floor... you could even have a go yourself. I had a crepe with chicken and a yellow pepper sauce that was not that flavourful and Greg had an alpaca and blue cheese one. ...
... canyons made for some breathtaking views (both figuratively and literally - due to altitude). We made our lookout spot just in time to witness the sun setting across the canyon, a moment capture in time lapse on the GoPro. Settling into the magnificent Colca Trek Lodge polished our day. With a belly full of fish, huge double beds and a view of the canyon, we settled in for the night with big smiles on our faces ...
... the 10 hour LA-Lima flight.
An hour later, we smiled our way back to our gate, boarded
the plane and taxied down the runway.
Then the plane stopped, and the pilot explained that something
was broken, so we couldn’t fly.
We sat on that plane and watched the clock turn around and
around until it was clear that there was no way we could make our scheduled
connection in LAX. We kept ...