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... hut that was next to our campsite. This would become the relaxation/cooking room for the night because the wind and snow wouldn't let up. The wind in particular was incredible. It snowed for a few hours and we were miserable the whole time. Our shoes were soaked and it was freezing. Nothing seemed to want to warm up and I was actually getting worried about frostbite because, despite the warmth of the tea we made, we were ...
... mins with a corner, a bus and a dip but there were, as far as I'm aware no casualties. Buzzing all the way to the uphill section, which breaks me somewhat, I manage to basically jump from drunk to sober and psyched, undeservedly missing hangover. I even take my turn at the front, sing a whole load of hakuna matata, while doing bunny hops. Best. day. Ever. We reach the final 15 minute incline with sadness, but it does actually require some serious concentration and lean in ...
... I had absolutely nothing to say so I just started spurting out things like "Ah Thin Lizzys great. You know I wish they were playing it now rather than this ****" and "Dancing in the moonlight. Great song". It was poisonous chat. I hit rock bottom when I told her that my mum once met Thin Lizzy. I don't know why I was saying this ****. It was pathetic. The conversation petered out to nothing and we went our separate ways. We left around 2am and went straight to ...
The next leg of our journey was a flight to Bolivia's capital La Paz, famous for being the city situated at the highest altitude in the world. Bolivia is also known for the death Road (top gear fans would know this) as well as llamas, which pretty much go into all of their clothing. Another thing to note is that Che Guevara had his final journey here and was killed in the country. History lesson over, ...
... we went to a cactus area in the salt desert and saw some enormous Cacti against the sheer white backdrop. After arriving at our hostel, our group immediately climbed the mountain for a nice view of the sunset before eating and then going on a star gazing expedition! It was quite a 1st day!
2nd day - This day in the desert was so cold!!!!! Anyway after an early start we this time went to the sandy desert for some great views of Mountains, lakes and Volcanoes ...