Cuesta Serena Boutique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of distance. Pausing to eat some food our guide informed us that we were half way. It was a hard moment to take after the excitement of thinking we had almost made it. An hour and a half later the sun was streaking over the crests of the mountain range and just rose as we scrambled up the most terrifying section of the walk. It appeared that the ice sheet we were to walk on would crumble under our weight and that the only result would be a ...
... 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 ...
... Later in the afternoon we took a short hike up above the city, with fantastic views over the valley and the ice-capped mountains beyond. Such a pretty city and really lovely locals. Tomorrow we'll be leaving the Hostel early to start a 4-day 'Santa Cruz' trek, taking in two passes at 4000m & 4200m, and the base camp of Huascarán, Peru's highest mountain. Excited to get away into the ...
... bumps, Caitlin, green and utterly delirious, turned to me and said, "wherever this bus stops next, I don't care where it is, we're getting off."
Luckily it was the last stop. But yet we were just one third of the way to the trailhead and it was already lunchtime.
We found a shady spot and had a crisis meeting. Cautiously sipping coke, we addressed the main topic of discussion: What the **** do we do now?
Taking a connecting, longer bus ...
... us, it was only Laguna 68 with it's green, crystal clear water...
The track continued on a flat plain until there was seemingly nowhere else to go, like before. And as before, the answer was simple, it was more switch backs although this time it was a particularly steep section. We were walking up at a snails pace, resting in every corner. It was a hard slog even if it was only 200m vertical, but we all made it up and caught our breath again.
We seemed to ...