Travel Blogs from Huaraz
... 163;1 for a taxi. Our hostel was a 15 minute ride down a main road out of town, how hard could it be. As we jumped into the '#1' collectivo we had caught into town earlier, we relaxed as much as we could as 25 of us squeezed into a 16 seater, time to get personal with strangers. Many of the Peruvians can stand up straight in the minibus but sadly we can't and spent most of the journey bent double. As we joined the main road we ...
Scendendo sotto la pioggia lungo il sentiero che dalla laguna Churup ci riporta a Pitec, fradici e infreddoliti, abbiamo solo un pensiero in testa: ne abbiamo avuto abbastanza di montagne, altitudine, freddo e acqua. In effetti, col senno di poi, ne avevamo abbastanza anche prima di venire fino a qui, e tutto sommato questa tappa potevamo anche risparmiarcela. Almeno abbiamo trovato le forze e la voglia per vedere un piccolo angolo della cordigliera che circonda ...
... oxygen in the air, and took the time to marvel at the Quechua-speaking people who live in and around the park, living their agrarian life that has remained little-changed since the time of the Incas.
We stopped at a restaurant on the way back to Huaraz and warmed our bodies with thick and delicious vegetable soup with avocado salads. We were back in town by 5:30 pm, wandered around a bit and headed back to Monkeywasi. The kids stayed back and ate leftovers ...
... 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, ...
3 days in Huaraz and already a range of emotions experienced. We arrive, taxi drivers fight over us. Its a buyers market but No one will take us for the lonely planet recommended price of 3 soles. We settle on 5....and have a tour operator join us in the cab. Little do we know this man is to become our stalker....
Shall we do a warm up trek? No we decide, we are here to do the huayhuash and dread the thought of a recurring or new injury(I step into a hole on the ...
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