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... getting into my body just breathing peace and thank God of create this wonderful place i was being witness. I spent like an hour there breathing, thinking and of course taking pictures. This totally worth the crazy suffer i was passing the last hour but then thats why people say wonderful things are not easy.
The weather was great. Very sunny and hot so the way after this was going down until the end of the hike. I was so proud of myself of being manage to get there. We were ...
... caused our long trek to be delayed, giving us an extra day to recover and sure enough the next day we were ready to take on the mountains.
After six hours on a mini bus we we´re dumped at the start of the trek in glorious sunshine. We quickly set up our tents and it was just in time too. As the final peg went in the heavens opened, setting a precedent that would continue for the next 8 days. I guess it´s called Huayhuash for a ...
... it closer up en route to
Marcara nor from there to Chancos, though did walk a little up the road from
the hot springs to see some other peaks.
The complex was pretty ugly and was concerned as was there
for the natural vapour caves – changing areas had been built onto the front of
the caves, masking them. Picked one of 47 degrees – only allowed 15 mins but
even so thought 54 was a little extreme!
You get your own private cave (so you can get ...
... than our hostel. We got out as the minibus started to head on in the opposite direction to our hostel. It was dark, with hardly any street lighting and just a couple of houses, there was virtually no one around. Hmmm that journey didn't work out too well. Now imagine the next scene, with the Benny Hill chase music playing in the background. We hitched a ride back into town on the next collectivo and seated at the front of the bus ...
... calling! Lesson learned from this: don't assume your guide will light your way-bring your own damn light! *Another small note about the livestock sprinkled around our camp...at night, they would all take to running through camp-- thundering hooves, dangerously near. One was never quite sure if they would notice your tent in the dark, or if they would all come trampling through your cocoon-like bedroom. There was always a few exciting moments of holding your breath, ...