Rano jsme se vzbudili v 5, ale nakonec jsme z posteli vylezli az v 6, udelali si snidani na ohni a po 7 jsme vyrazili smerem k vesnici Llahuar. Cesta vedla hlavne dolu kopcem, takze se to dalo. Tady nam jeden mistni chlapik rekl o aute, ktere jede asi za hodinu kousek odsud a ze s nim muzeme jit. My po dvou dnech chozeni s nalozenymi bagly jsme se ho snazili drzet, pak jsme se na to vyprdli a radeji si uzivali okolni scenerie nez jako blazni skoro bezet za mistnim. Nakonec se nam uplne ztratil, nastesti se nam cestu najit podarilo a i ono "auto" coz byl v podstate stary nakladak, ktery dovazi mistnim horalum jidlo, piti. Krome toho dovezl treba i plech na strechu a rakev... Zbozi co se dovezlo se prelozilo na osly a kone, ktere tu uz cekali se svymi majiteli, potom se zase nalozilo to co jelo nahoru do civilizace - hlavne kukurice, a nakonec jsme tam naskocili i my a asi dalsich 15 mistnich, posedali na pytle, ja na bednu od piv a uz se jelo sner Cabanaconde. Cesta vedla porad do kopce, videli jsme loviciho sokola a hrozne se prasilo, takze kdyz jsme po
3 hodkach vystoupili, byli jsme totalne pokryti prachem. Miguel se v Cab. ubytoval a my si tak mohli dat sprchu a stihli bus zpatky do Arequipy. Tam jsme se vratili pro batohy do hostelu, hned zpatky na stanici a zase v buse do Cuzca. sedeli jsme uplne vpredu a vedle nas postarsi Polak, ktery ale zil spoustu let v Kanade a ted poslednich 5 let v Peru-docela zajimave jsme si popovidali a cesta nam ubihala.
In the morning we woke up at 5, but get out of the beds at 6, made brekkie on that open fire and about 7 we set off to Llahuar. Our route led mostly down the hill so it was not so tiring. Here one local man told us about the car that is leaving in an hour and offered we can join him. We being tired after 2 days trekking and not much sleeping and with our backpacks couldnot catch with him, he was too quick, so in the end we gave up and enjoyed the scenery. Luckily we were able to find the place or should i say a bus stop. The car was old truck that supplied locals with food, water.
Apart from that they off loaded some zinc for roofing and a coffin...All was loaded on donkeys and horses that waited near, then they loaded mainly bags of corn on the truck, after that process, it was time for us and abot 15 locals to find somewhere to sit and we hit the road to Cabanaconde. The journey so quite interesting, saw falcon hunting, did cat to locals. It was very, very dusty and when we got off after 3 hours we were completely covered in dust. Miguel did find a hostal for himself, we could take a quick shower there and got on the bus to Arequipa. There we went to pick up our backpacks, back to terminal and then to Cuzco. We sat in the first two seats and next to us was a Polish guy in his 60s, who lived for many years in Canada and now for 5 years in Peru. we did have an interesting chat and the journey did not seem so long.
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