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... Before this, we also had one of the worst meals I have ever ordered in a restaurant. We found a place that served a set meal (and had a semi naked mermaid on the outside wall... not that this influenced us, but maybe should have ben a warning) and we then managed to find a waitress that showed us just how unintelligent some peope can be. After struggling to comprehend 2 orders (of the same item, off a menu she gave us) and then disappearing for a while (I suspect she ...
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 ...
... br> guide. We travelled for about an hour following the Corderilla Blanca with its
spectacular snow covered mountain peaks to a small village called Charaz. We
had no idea how long we were going to be here so we hung around the main plaza
watching when the others reboarded the bus. We then drove up over a mountain
pass to the highlight of the day which was Lagunas Llanganuco, a beautiful
alpine lake which is a bright turquoise colour and ...
... was really fragrant and had a good kick to it. They even sold some very nice local craft beer, Sierra Andina.
Afterwards we went to a bar, Extreme, owned by the hostel owner where Andy and Carlee were staying in hope of some further information on possible walks. We agreed to go on a glacier hike together on Saturday, to Laguna Llaca at 4,500m. Since we were getting up early for our walk tomorrow, we left them to sort out the taxi/ride for the four of us.
... song every time we got to the top of a pass. We walked over 150km and did over 6700m of vertical up and a similar amount down which is almost like climbing the highest mountain in Peru Huascaran from sea level to the top and then down. Our biggest single day was 2 passes with the highest at 4850m, 8 hours of walking and it led me to go straight to bed with no dinner as I was so tired. Each of the passes had their own ...
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