Pozo del Cielo
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Ore 8.00 la nostra guida Juan Pablo viene a prenderci con il bus. Stamattina siamo diretti al Canyon del Colca, uno dei più profondi al mondo, per una escursione di 2 giorni in gruppo in alta montagna. Per sopportare il cambio di altitudine che ora si fa sentire, cominciamo ben presto a masticare caramelle e foglie di coca, un toccasana per il …
... The turn down service even leaves hot water bottles with little lamb covers on them so your bed is warm. I had to rub the decadence of our hotel room in so there are a few pictures here to show you all. Hot tub, outdoor shower, fire place and such big rooms.
Arriving early the hotel did a Peruvian cooking demonstration and a cocktail making class (pisco sours mmm not bad). Dinner at 7pm and then off to bed for an early start.
... food which many other people in my group opted for. When I went back to the hotel I spent some time on email and I received one from the Canadian Foreign Affairs office. I'm registered with them as I'm travelling abroad and they were emailing warning about demonstrations and protests around Peru, specifically in Arequipa, the place we were headed next. Tomorrow's drive could be ...
... their lives! Right on cue, a couple glided past us, following each other's movements, framed by the mountains behind them - so beautiful!
After staring in awe for about 30 minutes we set of with the group for a small walk along the canyon edge. This gave us some stunning views and the pictures probably don't do it justice as it is hard to capture the sheer scale in a single photo. We had some fun with some jumping photos before it was time to get back on the bus ...
... was hiding, and I took the 4 other babies and brought them to her new nest. I hope she will not refuse to feed them, now that I touched them!
That was funny. I resumed my walk. It was a little misty, but me, very optimistic, thought it would clear up.
It didn’t. I got higher and started to be in the clouds, it got a little colder but I was well equipped, and by the time I reached the Cruz del Condor nothing, but nothing could be seen.