Rozlouceni s Cajasem


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October 25th 2010
Published: October 27th 2010EDIT THIS ENTRY

Dnesek byl nas druhy a zaroven posledni den v Cajasu. Cas je neuprosny a my se musime vratit do Cuency jeste dnes. Rano jsme se sbalili a udelali zasadni rozhodnuti dne - zkusit co v nas je a zaroven si tak trochu natrenovat na tezsi treky jako bude Inca trail v Peru. Pujdeme asi 12 km, nezda se to moc, ale prevyseni je asi 500m, takze docela zaprah. Pocasi nam vychazelo, bylo slunecno, ale asi po 3 hodinach se zacalo kabonit a jak to tak na horach byva vypadalo to, ze bude prset. Nam se asi 1-2 h darilo desti unikat a jen pocitat jak blizko je bourka za nami. Pak uz jsme videli jak prsi jen par stovek metru za nami. No a nakonec to nevyhnutelne prislo, nastesti to nebylo hrozne a ani nase ponca neprisly ke slovu. Zase to byl super den trekovani po nadhernem Cajasu a fotky jsou proste uzasne - i slepy by to musel nafotit...
Vecer. po prijezdu do Cuency jsme vyrazili na veceri, na tzv. almuerzoes nebo meriendas / jezisi me ta spanelstina jde.../, kde nam vecer zpestril dojidani svym prichodem bezdomovec, ktery jen tak prisel k nasemu stolu a beze slova zalovil do talire, kam jsem odkladal kosti od kurete. My jen koukali, ale pani domaci se na nej vyritila s placackou na mouchy a uz ho hnala ven-asi znama firma. Nam ho bylo lito a ja mu dokonce chtel dat svuj dzus k piti, ale sotva se dotknul sklenice, uz u nej byla zminena pani sefova.


Today was our second and also last day in Cajas. Time wont wait and we have to go back to Cuenca today. In the morning we packed and made an crucial decision - take all our stuff with us and try to make it till the end of todays trek. We will hike around 12 km, which might not sound a lot, but terrain is rough and we have to overcome 500 m in altitude. The weather looked lovely and sunny, but aproximately after 3h it started to get darker and looked like going to rain. For another 1 or 2 we managed to stay ahead of the storm, just counting how close the storm is. Then we could see raining few hundred metres behind us, and in the end we got caught too, but it wasnt too bad and we even didnt have to use our ponchos.Again another fantastic day in Cajas and the photos are briliant, even a blind man would manage to take them ...
In the evening, after the arrival to Cuenca we went out for our dinner, where we experienced interesting encounter with local tramp. We had already finished when he came inside straight to our table and without saying anything he grabbed the bones from the chicken we had on a separate plate. We just watched, but the lady owner came over and kicked him out. We felt sorry him and Stan even offered him his juice, but lady owner was quicker and didnt care.


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