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... the idea of going to 5,200m above sea level seemed like too good an opportunity to miss.
After an hour's drive on the road on to the way to the trek starting point we stopped to see the Puya Raymondi - a plant that only grows in the highest parts of Peru. It flowers once in its life and grows to around 10m - pretty spectacular!
A further hour's drive along windy mountain roads took us to the trek’s starting point (5,000m ...
... to the family and headed back to the hotel to watch Monday Night Football. I wish I had stayed out. This was the worst game I’ve seen the Patriots play in about ten years. We got hammered 41-14 in Kansas City, so it was hardly worth coming home for. Oh well, there’s always next week. I’m off to bed now because I have a 5am wake up to go hiking to Laguna 69. Hopefully the altitude doesn’t affect me too badly ...
In the last blog we were at Isle Del Sol, Lake Titicaca Bolivia. Since then we've crossed into Peru and been to: Puno, Lake Titicaca reed islands, Cusco (Machu Pichu), Ica (Huacachina), Paracas, Lima, and now I'm writing from Huaraz. It's been a fun leg, Peru is amazing. In Lima there were incidents resulting in Tom ditching us to go find some fun elsewhere. He kept his plans very secret and disappeared one evening without a goodbye, well he said cya and got up and ...
... and asked us to wait a second while he checked if there was any rooms readily available. Lucky for us, there was and we could check in to a room straightaway and do the paperwork later in the morning. No sooner were we in the room, we were fast asleep. After a couple of hours sleep, we ate the breakfast pack from the bus and tested the shower - great pressure and nice, hot water.
We went up to the hotel's roof terrace to have a look at the ...
... another Peruvian Pinocchio" After breakfast Chris was feeling fit and ready to go which was great as today is the hardest day of the trek. It was freezing cold when we left and it felt like a long walk until we reached the sun. We were heading up hill towards the mountains and the valley we were walking through was stunning. We had a few stops along the way to let the serial photo takers catch up before we reached the bottom of the mountain pass. It was then a steep track up ...
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