San Agustin Monasterio de la Recoleta Hotel
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Friendly staff but something left to be desired if you are looking to have some piece and quiet.
Piscco Sours were fabulous!
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... had much smaller steps as the Incans were small people, reflected in the Andean people today. Runkurakay was a guard post, overlooking the valley. Defending the next settlement we would find. Apparently the Incas used larges sheets of metal and reflected lights between posts, if no sun they had certain calls to warn others about enemies. It was another good hour to the top of this particular mountain. It was now very cloudy but there was some nice views and rock formations at ...
... but it is and insight into the lengths they went to make their society work.
After a huge day of walking, we still managed to summon the energy to walk down, partly to to a lack of money and partly a willingness to spend the money saved on food. Not long after we had to drag ourselves the last train away and back to Cusco.
It was an amazing trip and I strongly suggest you get there one day. Sorry for the long windedness of this post but there was plenty to tell.
Till next time.
... we had a 12km (7.5 mile) climb over Dead Woman's Pass and then over the second pass tomorrow. Getting woken at 5am by our porters with cups of tea, bowls of hot water and towels, we washed, ate a hearty breakfast, packed our bags and headed upwards, our objective to reach Dead Woman's Pass, the highest point of the trek at 4250m/13779ft, by mid morning. The lush cloud forest soon gave way to scrub grasses and sheer rock as we were joined by hoards of other trekkers, forming a long line ...
This morning it was zipping, which Ryan and I decided not to do as we have done a lot, but we were the only ones in our group not to! We all had breakfast together at 8am before they went off up the road to the zip lining corse. We were stoked that we got banana pancakes for breakfast which took us back to Indonesia.. We had the morning to wonder around, then we sat and watched them zip lining for ...
... downhill and it's a killer on the knees. I wasn't unaffected but I certainly found it easier than the uphill. We were joined for some time by the members of our other Wayki team. We all found it a little surprising that we were so segregated from each other. On day 2 I literally didn't see two of the members. We cheered for the other two when they came in to camp. One of the ladies on the other trek team was having a really hard time with the altitude and the inclines. But day 3 ...