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... water is definitely worth it and so if only to outdo Anna I took the plunge and jumped into the water. When asked "Is the water cold" I could only gasp in reply. At that moment there was a choice between talking or breathing! Not content with one plunge I submerged again because I was not cold enough already... Surprisingly walking back down cured the cold, but we then had to wait for about 2 hours in the minibus for those of our group who walked ...
... was tough to breath, especially going up such steep inclines. I really wasn’t sure if I was going to make it at one point because it was so tough. Luckily I had a couple of other people who were feeling the same way and we all pushed each other to get to the top. Mark (the french guy from yesterday) was on the same walk today, and I saw that he was constantly ahead of me and I didn’t want to hear from him later on how awesome the lake ...
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 ...
... but only the 2nd group to arrive. We had to wait a while for the rest of the group to slowly come back, and it was an hour before the last two arrived.
It took two and half hours to drive back to Huaraz and we were starving so we decided to head straight to Chili Heaven for dinner but it was full. We decided to book a table for 8pm and rush back to the hostel and shower. Despite the wait for the curry, it was worth it - it definitely has to be one of the best curries in the world.
... myself entertained by guessing who of those passing me on their way down was Peruvian or foreign - as everyone had their face covered it clue was in the clothing and footwear (jeans and sneakers or even sandals for Peruvians vs waterproof trousers and trekking boots for foreigners). Once at the top the landscape was very impressive and beautiful though unfortunately the weather meant the summit was covered by thick grey clouds. The ice caves weren't ...
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