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... s no two ways about it, if you lose control or concentration you could easily end up going over. It's incredibly dangerous. We did however have a great time belting down although there were times when it got rough on the family jewels. We stopped for another 20minutes before finishing off the final leg of the trip which was much easier than the previous one. The weather also got significantly warmer the lower we went. Overall the cycle lasted four hours and we were exhausted by the end ...
... up. We had to get all our gear on. The snow trousers, jacket, harness and layers and layers of jumpers. We had a breakfast of tea and bread and jam and then got all riled up. Seppo and I were tied along with Patricio the guide. We headed off at about 1.45 am. We had our crampons attached to our boots and our head lights on our helmets. Off we went up the side of the snowy mountain one behind each other. We went really slowly but steadily. The first bit was ok. It was steep but not that ...
... hydraulic breaks. The adrenaline was definitely pumping. Thank goodness I have the most amazing husband in the world and he looked after and encouraged me the whole way. He even road next to me protecting me from the cars.
We had a guide at the front of the group, another in the middle of the pack taking photos and our support van followed closely behind the pack ready to pick up anyone that needed a rest. We stopped at regular intervals and were briefed ...
... check in. Note hotel not hostel - a treat for Kate's birthday! There were some initial teething problems with the room, which was beautiful but very cold, however once we moved to a smaller, cosy room, we began to relax. The hotel was lovely and turned out to be a great retreat from the hectic city.
Having spent the last week or so in gorgeous, remote landscapes, when we stepped out of the hotel, it became immediately apparent to us that we would need to have ...
... support vehicle? 4. Price. This is the last thing you should consider - it's more important to have the above factors to your satisfaction. Taking all this into consideration we selected a local company called "Madness" because they had the coolest souvenir tshirt. An hour out of La Paz saw the bikes taken of the roof by our driver and pothead guide, the seats were adjusted and we were told that when we brake we should use the front and rear brakes evenly. ...