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Vijf dagen geleden vertrokken we vanuit Cusco naar het Amazone regenwoud, waar geen stroom, warm water, mobiel bereik en dus zeker geen internet was. Nu zijn we weer terug in de bewoonde wereld en kunnen we jullie een laatste verhaal vertellen voordat we terugkeren naar Nederland.
De laatste keer dat we iets van ons lieten horen verbleven …
... out of Ecuador. Once we get the stamp we cross the bridge over the river, the only people it seems actually crossing the border are us and the guy going to Peru who turns out to be Peruana returning home. Thankfully he had chatted to us so he holds a share taxi whilst we go through the stamp and police check on the Peru side. Its around 8.30pm muddy and wet and dark and this would have to be the most desolate and random border crossing yet. Theres one ...
... the earthquake in Iquique, the whole coast was evacuated, and the people had to spend a night in the mountains. The warnings are done by by sirens in the bigger areas, or by going door to door in the small villages. We are hoping for a peaceful few weeks, but I must say the closer we are getting to Iquique, the more scary it is getting!
... But as daylight begins to break, the canyon is simply beautiful. However we are racing against the sun, because once that fills the canyon, it's going to be hot. We finally make it to the top in two and a half hours. Mario kindly waited for me though, as there was no way I was speeding up that ascent. I think I'm done with trekking for a while. For now... In the morning we head to Puno for two nights before visiting Lake Titicaca. Can't wait. Puno is a bit of ...
... advised at 2 hours and I did it in 50mins. Relief is not the word!! And it was tough... The steps were uneven and it was steep, and it felt like it was going on forever. At the second check point before the final climb we could see the pass and the people at the top looked tiny. Every time you turn a corner and you think you're nearly there, you can see how far the pass is away from you and how steep the next climb is to come. I didn't get altitude sickness but the 2 symptoms ...
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