Cuesta Serena Boutique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... 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 ...
... and so the next day we had a bit of a slower day - booking the ice climbing, that Dianenand Bertine also decided to join in with - and visiting the market. Huaraz isn't very big and so it's relatively easy to walk around and se it all... evn with the election marches on going. The market contained the usual aniumal carcasses, big bags of all sorts of beans/ rice / ingrediants and we decided to buy some quinoa and cook (well the girls cooked, the guys cleaned up ...
The tour we were on today was very cheap for a whole day at
only $15 each. We waited nearly an hour for the pickup at the travel agent
office in the centre of town and ended up on a full sized fairly new tour bus
that was already near full so we had seats right up the back. The tour was
completely in Spanish which really didn’t make a lot of difference as we were
visiting places for the scenery and really didn’t need to pay for ...
... a cactus. Not too bad. All the local ladies seemed to be knitting in the street, whether they were actually selling knitted goods or not. Even the lady selling ice cream from a tri-cycle was knitting between making cones.
We had arranged to meet Andy and Carlee at Chili Heaven, an English-run restaurant with amazing reviews. A German couple they had met in Ecuador happened to walk in and they joined our table as well. The food was incredible, ...
Wow this hike had everything, it was simply amazing. The Cordillera Blanca range is the second highest range in the world behind the Himalayas and this was one of the hardest hikes we have ever done. Our guide said that he maybe does this hike without donkey support once every 1-3 years. We ended up doing the hike in 7 days and went over 8 passes during that time including 3 days where we did 2 passes a day. We started singing ...