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... was really fragrant and had a good kick to it. They even sold some very nice local craft beer, Sierra Andina.
Afterwards we went to a bar, Extreme, owned by the hostel owner where Andy and Carlee were staying in hope of some further information on possible walks. We agreed to go on a glacier hike together on Saturday, to Laguna Llaca at 4,500m. Since we were getting up early for our walk tomorrow, we left them to sort out the taxi/ride for the four of us.
... we were packing our bags when Kerrie and Vicki came up the stairs with the guy from the desk. Apparently the booking they made for tonight didn't get written down despite telling them 4 times before we left on our trek. They were so angry the headed back into town to change the bus ticket they had just brought to tonight. Tonight we went out for dinner at Chilli Heaven to catch up with a few of the people from our trekking group and then headed off for our night bus to ...
... cross a freezing river bare foot and in the evening we had a beer & Zoe built the world’s best beer fridge, ate trout & potatoes from a local house & stayed at the most amazing campsite looking up the valley to glaciers, mountains and lakes
Day 5 – Started with a huge avalanche in the valley above the campsite with was spectacular. It was a Massive day with lots of up and down ended with us ...
... a certain Ben "Grabber" Grice.
In the morning our guide, appropritley called Wilder, asked us to pay our "protection" money of about 40 quid. This money is distruted to each community you pass through and is intended to stop the locals attacking you and stealing your stuff while you sleep. Im not sure why they would want to steal my stuff, all I had was dirty clothes, maybe they just like doing laundry! Anyway after some deliberation I ...
Had decided to do my own tour today and had invited the
other gringa in the hostel along as a favour – she doesn’t have good Spanish
and is too nervous to go it alone. She let me down badly but was happy to head
off on my own as she would have been a hindrance.
The sky was for once clear and there were beautiful views of
Huascaran and surrounding peaks while I breakfasted so headed up further north
first – unfortunately couldn’t get a good ...