Arawi Pastoruri Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of the trek, we saw the glacier in all its glory - it was stunning... A huge frozen glacier with a frozen lake below it and the mountains in the background was just mind-blowing. Even our travel-blogging buddies said how overwhelming and exceptional it was and they’ve been travelling their whole lives!
We’re so glad we booked the trek! Definitely the highlight of our first week in Peru.
The guesthouse we stayed in ...
... walk, and it was a very simple walk. There was a paved path even, so it shouldn’t have been difficult, but we were at about 5,000 meters (15,000ft), so that made it a lot harder. We took a couple of breaks on the way up to catch our breath, and near the top I started to feel the effects in my head. I was feeling light-headed, and a little dizzy, and this is the first time the altitude has ever affected me like that. ...
... you don't know me maybe this kind of thing does relate in some way? Ali gave me much needed advice and council along the way. 'People like trekking because they forget' someone said. They forget the pain and suffering of the trek. I don't know if I'll forget. Every step forward was a victory. But the ache in my legs and back is long gone now. Once we got to camp on day one we had a fire under the stars, Alexandra got out a big wooden flute and played hypnotising ...
... was 6.20am and I had conquered my fear - it was going to be a good day.
When the three of us reached the lake, it felt like we were the first people to have ever discovered it. It was beautifully quiet and serene, and the water was so still it was like a mirror, reflecting the surrounding mountains with perfect symmetry.
That was our last day in Huaraz and the day the brunette and the blonde Powderpuff* Girls bid farewell to the redhead.
... later the road was built 30 years ago when the lake's dam was built and never maintained since).
It was still cold when we arrived at the start of the track, the sun hadn't risen over the 5,000m ridge on the eastern side of the lake. It wasn't going to be too hard of a walk today, once we climbed the 50m up to the lake which sat at 4,474m, it was just a walk round the glacier lake's edge.
At the ranger hut, we ...