Ancient Egypt, known for the pyramids… However, when you ask around, most people think that with the 3 located at the Gizeh plateau you’re finished.
And the wish to share remains…
The year runs to an end, our trip is already finished for a couple of months, so it is also time to say goodbye to all of you.
We want to thank you for all the support and hope you enjoyed the trip.
The environment stays great, so we keep walking, climbing/descending every day around 500 up to 1000m
10 days later we’re back on Philippes doorstep, preparing our return to Lima. Our last two days in South America we’ll spend in the more relaxing Colombia.
We’re glad we did the trip, but it is a one time experience. The local mentality ruins our return!
We’ll end two months in Peru with a 10 day trekking in the Cordillera Huayhuash. A friend of Philippe, Wichu, will be our guide during these 10 days. Before we leave, we buy all the food for the next 10 days. Luckily a couple of donkeys will carry all our luggage along the trail… So we can buy a lot of supplies and don’t have to worry about the weight.
After the culture trip around Trujillo, it is time to return into nature… So we head to Tarica, near Huaraz to explore the Cordillera Blanca.
There we receive a warm welcome from Philippe and his wife, they’re far family from Ilse. So we can use their home as a fall out base to explore the surrounding mountains and every day we receive delicious meals. A nice opportunity to end our trip!
Around Trujillo evidence has been found from ancient civilisations. Many adobe structures and tombs are unearthed in the region, so the next couple of days we’ll try to discover something about this Moche and other cultures residing there…
From our comfortable hostal we have a great opportunity to do so. As a nice extra, just outside some delicious chevice is sold. An ideal breakfast for a couple of days. And it are not only the two of us who like that small chevice cart a lot.