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... I'd found in the supermarket were going down a treat with all) andf then it was tie to head back down. this was a bit easier howevr breathing at altitude was still a little difficult. All in all we walked about 16km, rising about 750m and getting to an altitude of approx 4,650 masl. Returning to the bus on time (about 5.5 hours later) we had to wait over 1.5 hours for a girl who was obviously struggling a little / very slow and who had missed the deadline that luckily for ...
... passages. The size of the temple walls which are
made of huge granite boulders which when the site had been erected over a 1000
years ago they used diamond tools to cut the stone. There were also archaeologists
working on the site and we had the chance to talk to one about what they were
doing which was a buzz. We left the site at dusk but the trip back went fairly
quickly so we were back in Huaraz by 8pm and so decided to indulge at our
favourite café again.
... at just under 3,100m and walking quickly on the street or climbing the staircase had you panting like you had just run for 5km. Laguna 69 is at 4,600m so it is not to be taken too lightly as altitude sickness is quite common. We were sold and booked a walk to Wilcacocha for tomorrow for 80 Soles for two of us.
We bought some tuna fruit from an indigenous lady selling them peeled on the street corner. David had never tasted the fruit which ...
... dinner and watched the hangover 3. It was hilarious. It's good to see that a third movie like that is still funny and entertaining. MY BIRTHDAY! I woke up fairly late and we got a pancake with manjar for breakfast and real tea. It was a great start to the day. We booked a 4 day trek, the main tourist trek from around here The Santa Cruz trek. We are looking forward to being outside and walking again but not camping in the cold. Vicki and I had to make a mission to the bank and the market ...
... on our trips is Chris getting sick, and he didn't disappoint today. Half way up the hill he had to vacate the van in a hurry to bring up breakfast. At that point he decided to head back with the driver and not carry on. When we arrived at the start of the trek Chris was still feeling rubbish but Lauren and our guide Robin talked him into coming, so we all headed off at a slow pace so he could keep up. We also found out now that our guide didn't speak English so it was lucky ...