Las Casitas del Colca
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... great birds. From flying birds to flying cyclists. Rocketing down the canyon roads on mountain bikes was definitely a highlight of the tour (especially for Tom and Nad). The cob-webs were blown away by one steep uphill section. What are the chances? Amidst the tourists, Tom couldn't believe his eyes as he spots his RPH brethren - Tommy Ramadoro!! Nad, Tom and Ramadingdong celebrate and catch up on the last couple of years. With similar plans, we hope to ...
... their own houses and servants. Those days are gone now and the present nuns live in a new convent. Leaving the convent and getting back to our hotel was not an experience I'd like to repeat. The demonstrators had been cleared from the plaza with police surrounding it but it was obvious there had been paving uprooted and stones thrown etc. We were relieved to leave early this morning although no demonstrators were around and the plaza was being cleared ...
Up and at it very early with a 645am pick up for our tour to the Condor Canyon. The drive through the canyon was spectacular. Every angle was amazing, we even saw the active Volcano smoking. It last erupted in the 90's and is now expected to erupt anytime. We wound around switch backs higher and further into the canyon. Not the best roads and at one point we drove through the mountain, in the middle of the tunnel you could not see the light of day! I may of been praying through the ...
Up bright and early at 430am. Luis, Sylvia and his sister and brother in law all woke up to see us off. Luis and his brother in law took us into Puno in the wee boat in the dark. What a beautiful ride in the dark through the reeds under the stars. So peaceful! When we got to shore Luis had arranged a taxi to take us to the bus station, which he hopped in with us while his brother in law stayed with the boat. We said our goodbyes at the bus station and we headed ...
I decided to do the walk again to the Cruz del Condor. Sunny day, so, hat and sunscreen. But I know the mountains here, so also rain poncho and a warm sweater in the backpack.
I took the same way up, except a little shortcut that the people here had showed me: shorter but steeper. Good training for my Inca Trail in ten days! This time I did not meet any mice family, I just enjoyed the views! Last time most of it ...