Hotel Turistas de Abancay
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Ya habíamos estado antes en este hotel y sentimos que no había mejorado mucho, desde la última vez, pero es lo mejor que hay. Aunque sea pudimos comer y descansar.
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Saturday 22nd November. Andahuaylas. Rest Day. Not a very restful rest day, at least initially. We'd booked into a relatively expensive hotel (by Peru's standards) for three reasons. One, to get wifi so we can blog, email, Skype and research upcoming legs. Two, to get hot water so we can wash ourselves and our clothes. And three, to get breakfast included. Obviously, these are things we can't do on the road, so we rely on them once in a while on rest days. Unfortunately, when we arrived ...
Nous voilà dans le bus, il est 8h30. Enfin je parle de bus mais il s'agit en fait d'un van d'une capacité de 15 personnes maximum, incluant des passagers clandestins hélant le bus sur le trajet et qui resteront debout. Nous avons choisi les places à côté du conducteur pour pouvoir profiter du paysage. Et ben nous avons bien fait! Nos sacs sont parachutés sur le toit.. L'idée ne nous plait pas tellement mais nous n'avons pas ...
Today's wake-up call came 15 minutes early at 5:15 AM thanks to a local rooster who was almost on top of our tent during his morning ritual. The early wake-up call was needed as this would be our longest day with ~13 miles of tough hiking. Camping last night above 12,000 feet was simply magical. The entire Milky Way Galaxy was so clear and so close, we felt like we could reach out and touch it! During the night, the ...
Our wake up call was at 3:45am for a 4:15am pickup. We were the last pickup so our group started right in to our 3 hour drive to Soraypampa. We had a lot of nervous energy but most of the group tried to sleep for parts of this trip. We finally arrived in Soraypampa and were blown away by the view. We could see the beautiful valley and plains between the Andes Mountains and could also see the monster that is Salkantay Mountain (20,500 feet)! We knew ...
Lee has finally arrived (yay!) and we've spent the last week doing the Salkantay trek, finishing up at Machu Picchu. It was tough but well worth it.
At the hostel front door at 6am. Picked up by the tour operator in a minibus then on to collect the other hikers. There are six of us in total - Denise and Albert from LA, Arish and Meera from India. On to Mollepata for breakdast then another drive up to Soray Pampa where we start our hike.