Driving to Chavin

Let the pictures give you an idea of the road through the eastern Cordillera Blanca. It took us two days.

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Portachuelo Pass

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Top of the pass

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In high altitudes flowers seem so make do without a stem.

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The lillies smelled wonderful and she liked them too.

 

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Orange wool !

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6 Responses to Driving to Chavin

  1. Die Bilder sprechen für sich – einmalig!!!!

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  2. Anke says:

    Hey, you used to write fantastic, but the last several posts have beenn kida boring…
    I miss your great writings. Past several posts are juwt a little out of track!

    come on!

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  3. P&M Scherbaum says:

    Ihr habt das neue Jahr, so wie es aussieht, wieder mit einem Paukenschlag begonnen! Tolle Bilder und Eindrücke kommen so auch zu uns! Vielen Dank!!! Liebe Grüße eure Seatimer.

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  4. Judi Cleghorn says:

    I loved seeing these pictures. The roads and switchbacks are just amazing. I’m so glad to see the local people wear “sensible footwear” for hiking those mountain roads. It looks rainy there, just like here. Have fabulous fun!
    Judi and Rick
    ps Our internet has been bogged down for a couple of days, but a phone call to our provider, a few switches thrown, and we’re back in touch. Yay!

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  5. mummy grammy (Eduard Amann's family friend) says:

    bitte, nicht nachlassen……. geniesse Eure blogs wenn auch nicht immer sofort Zeit zum lesen……

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