Hotel Imperial Abancay Apurimac Peru
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... no hot water and the internet didn't work. The final straw was getting up, as instructed, for breakfast at six thirty, only to be told it would be at seven, only to return at seven to see there was nothing ready. At this point, we just walked out and up the hill to another hotel which was cheaper, had hot water, and had wifi. We found this all a bit exhausting when we really needed to be resting and not being buggered about. We filled up our stove fuel bottle with petrol from a grifo ...
... nous n'allons pas les prendre avec nous. Ils nous boucheraient la vue et nous serions serrés comme des sardines! La bâche et le filet qui les recouvrent finissent de nous convaincre. Nous quittons ainsi Ayacucho dans les bouchons. Je me mouche (et Terry tousse) toutes les 10 minutes mais on tient le coup. Et c'est parti pour le premier round, 5h de trajet (si tout se passe bien) avant de changer de bus à Andahuaylas. Nous avions lu sur la ...
... to ~27 degrees but Harmony and Mike were in pretty good shape with their mummy sleeping bags that they brought from home.
Harmony woke up completely recovered from her altitude sickness and she was starving due to missing happy hour and dinner the night before. Around 5:30 AM, a Green Machine porter came to our tent and gently announced "Hola, buenos días, coca tea". We opened our flap to find two hot mugs of ...
... would attempt to reach the summit of Salkantay Pass around noon on the first day but didn't realize we'd see the mountain before we even ate breakfast! It was a little intimidating to say the least. As we were taking in the view, we observed our porters, horsemen, and chef (collectively AKA The Green Machine) just go into a frenzy setting up tables, chairs, a make-shift kitchen, etc all in the middle of nowhere. Less than 30 minutes later we were ...
... us with a guide - Edgar, who was ace - two porters to lead the horses carrying our main packs, and two chefs (these guys were superb - 3 course meal every mealtime!).
'Training' aka stupidly steep trek up a hill and back to see an amazingly clear blue lake at the base of the mountain. Lunch, then on to the campsite - another 2.5 hour hike away. Altitude at this point is around 4000m, the campsite is at 4,400m. Lee starts suffering with a debilitating ...