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... oxygen! A city of 10 million and no public transport makes road travel problematic. On first appearances looks more refined than Cuzco and certainly lacking the colour displayed by locals in Cuzco.
A guide tour by a very knowledgeable and humorous guide of down town Lima made for a very interesting day. We walked a considerable distance throughout the city and learned a lot about the developing architecture that change ...
... catch our train. The queue, again, was about an hour long. But, have no fear Anita is here. As we casually crossed paths with the bus conductor, he said to jump the entire queue and get straight on the bus. We got back to town with enough time to get a beer!! Back to bed as we had an early flight back to sea level the next day. The Latin American people seem to be unequivocal over whether Anita is cute. However, they seem to be totally divided over her ...
... pretty or interesting, I would just hitch a ride with a local car or motorbike. Similarly, I would NOT bother walking back from Pachanta to Tinki at the end of the hike, I would again hitch a ride.
There you have it in a nutshell my Ausangate trek up 5200m and a little more. It was a bit rushed up in the end but I don't regret doing it, and I have some nice pictures to remember it too, which is cool.
Next up is Grand Tetons NP, Yellowstone NP, and Yosemite NP in the US!
... stairs that lead almost to the main square. Did I mention there are about 10000 stairs? Cusco is really hilly and with a base altitude of 10,000 feet, climbing stairs and steep hills can be a challenge. We are glad we did a fair bit of hiking so far this year and now no longer resent shortcuts that are longer than the regular trail.
The view from the B&B is spectacular, the whole city is at your feet ...
... started getting restless, so we went outside and played. Some boys were sick, so we couldn't play any big group activities! The older boys went and watched a movie and a few of the little boys hung out with us and played with the ball! Every now and then a small group of boys would come up to us and ask us for candy, but we didn't have enough for everyone, so we had to say no! 12 o'clock came fast and we said our goodbyes. All of the boys gave us ...