Hotel San Sebastian
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... so legs!) We therefore decided to use the rest of the day to relax, post night bus experience and to try and aclimatise a bit. This didn't stop the guy behid reception pushing evry tour he had at his disposal at us at check in (really a bad move on his part as we were so tired it made us actively not want to book anything!) and actually later in the day we were told of an agency in town that would sell us the same tour to Laguna 69 for 75%25 of the hostels price (30 in stead ...
... after months and months it's just an old worry. 'You still in there old mate? We've been over this a thousand times'. It's just a worry that I'm now comfortable with. Or trying to be comfortable with. When once it caused me so much pain, now it just IS. Coming to terms with reality I guess. And while it was a hard trek made harder by this reason, I guess it's good to have the time to just think over it all. Hope you're having fun reading between the lines here ...
Today was another long touring day where we visited the
Chavin site of Chavin De Huantar. This involved a 3 hour drive where on the way
we stopped at another alpine lake and then crossed a mountain pass which was
5000 metres in altitude. At the top of the pass we drove through a tunnel that
on the other side revealed an enormous Jesus statue before we began the descent
and drove to the town of Chavin. Our first stop in town was the site museum and
as we ...
... at 20kph as he couldn’t get
the automatic gearbox to get out of second and he took a few back streets to
avoid having to stop and stall the car. The hotel staff was really good and let
us go to the terrace to have breakfast. The views from here are stunning of the
surrounding snow-capped mountains. After breakfast they gave us our room at 8
so we caught up on the missed bus sleep. We then wandered downtown to book ...
... was also a great chance to wash the dust off from today's walking. When the last few arrived we headed into town to our camp on the farm. We found our tent surrounded by donkeys, horses, chicken, ducks, geese, sheep, cats and dogs, it was going to be an early wake up and possible a long night. At this point half of our group left and the rest of us sat down to celebrate with a nice cold beer and popcorn. Along the trek we found out that the German couple had paid 300 soles for a ...