Hotel Munay Tika
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... the toilets...twice. Cultural experience. The main event for the day. We drove into the valley to a house on the Side of the valley and met 6 of the local women in traditional cultural dress. They dressed us up in their clothes and we did a 'cultural interaction activity'. This meant separating beans from loose twigs and grass. It sounds easy but the task was complicated by having to kneel in several skirts and the presence of spiders and other creepy crawled throughout ...
... much became my walking buddy from that point, although we often walked in a larger group with the two young couples and the Irish guy. We managed to make it up to Dead Woman's Pass (apparently named as it looks like a dead woman) around 11:30. The guides had decided that on day 2 we wouldn't stop for lunch until we reached the campsite so it was a long time from 6am until we eventually got our lunch around 2:30 (again a great feed). Some of the group took a ...
... and enjoying the sunlight and the warmth. Another 2.5 hours later we already were at our first campsite and were welcomed by our cook with a warm and decent meal, followed by a quick naptime. The meal, a tea and approx. an hour later we were hiking again, this time to get up a little hill to a gorgeous lagoon with water flowing in directly from the glacier. A pity it started raining as we got ...
Eine Stunde später stieg ich in den dritten Bus (das Schlangestehen ist einwandfrei hier!) und fand mich bald vor dem Haupteingang wieder, nach einem Guide suchend.
Für nur 6 Dollar erklärte sich der Führer der "Jaguar" Reisegruppe bereit, mich und ein argentinisches Mädel miteinzuschliessen (ich meine hey, Jaguar!)
Überfüllt? Ein bisschen
Die Warteschlange war auch nicht die Hölle.
Rachel, G and I were picked up from the hostel at about 8am but after about 10 minutes we were taken out of the minibus and walked to join another bus that was pretty full. This was a bus made up of people doing the Jungle Trek (12 of us doing the 3 day trek and 2 people doing a 2 day version as the girl had a sprained ankle and needed to limit the hiking part) from several different agencies. I found out later that a lady I'd seen sat on the ...