Hotel El Tumi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... kick the sharp crimpons attached to your boots into the dge. And repat. I got up in a decent time and without causing much damage after watching Diane completely forget form and try to run up the glacier, in short sleves and ultimately slicing her elbows to pieces. Once we'd all had a go the guide disappeared to take the equipemnt down, as the glacier became very wet in the increasing heat. We decided to try ourt hand at jumping off a alrge rock (as we couldn't find a ...
... town of Yungay is built 1,500 meters north of the destroyed and buried old town. On 31 May 1970, the Ancash earthquake caused a substantial part of the north side of a mountain, Nevado Huascarán, to collapse and an unstable mass of glacial ice about 900 meters wide at the top of Nevado Huascarán to fall. This caused a debris avalanche, burying the town of Yungay and killing 20,000 people. More than 50 million cubic meters of debris slid approximately 15 kilometers downhill at ...
... no and just gave him 5 he told us not to call him again. My Spanish is getting better because I told him to **** off more or less and not to stop for us! Still no place to stay we took our luggage into the cafe and Vicki and Lauren went off to look at some places around there, while Chris and I checked again on the internet. Long story short we eventually found a couple of rooms at the Caroline lodgings across town. The rooms were huge and the showers were warm, plus we could check ...
... So the whole spectacle of getting people of the bus going to see the sight we had stopped for and get back on the bus was once again repeated though this time we had a hole 15 minutes to take pictures. I wasn't really sure why we had so much time as there was a tower you could climb up to look at the lagoon from above - when I say lagoon I mean the 3 square meter big dirty pond that was actually there - to then walk back to the bus. Then it was time to drive 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 ...