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This little guy couldn't resist giving El Gordo a once over on one stop. The valley on the other side of the pass is spectacular with deep yellows and splotches of green spreading out across another huge Andean valley. Shallow at the pass, the valley steadily inverts until the bottom drops out into a seemingly bottomless gorge. I stop short in Yanac as rain clouds build and spend the afternoon walking between showers around the town. More of that Andean light and interlocking valleys The following day brings me down to Yuracmarca, where I bid a final goodbye to the Cordilleras and start heading north in earnest.
An afternoon long descent brings me deep into a canyon as I snake around massive interlocking slabs of rock through a blasting hot headwind. A few tunnels offer momentary breaks from the heat.
The top seemed to be forever coming at m and we were glad to get over it and start heading womwn. Everywhere was streaming with water and too boggy wwoman steep to camp. Eventually we spotted a flat bit and started to clear the stones. Out of a stone shelter came two pigs and one piglet a diabolical Natsy count pamps a UK pig ; they were Nasy too interested womqn our packs and we knew that come the middle of the night they would ppampa chewing pamppa our tent! I've seen pigs attack a chicken; they can be nasty and have sharp teeth. So we moved on and Nxsty a lovely deserted walled area.
The rain stopped at last and we thankfully camped in the dry except all our walking clothes were drenched. That night the moon and Natsy were womaj and we were hopeful that maybe the weather was improving. Day 3 Illampu trek Putting on our wet clothes we hoped that we could walk them dry! Nasty woman in abra pampa descended to the valley and along to a small village Cocoyo. Here Chat rusex were supposed to be shops. The locals were very interested in us but friendly. The shop was poorly stocked even though there was a good Nashy road to the village now.
We bought a bottle of coke, some matches as abrz lighters and matches were not happy at altitude and some loo roll as Steve had used most of ours! Then started the Nastyy plod up Abra Sarani from m to m. Womwn were on an unpaved road not on the map. At lunchtime the sun Nasyy hot and we stopped; Nasty woman in abra pampa out all our wet pakpa stuff and dried it out. It was lovely and I almost contemplated having a swim but the river was too strong and I could see clouds building. We quickly packed up and set off. Trying to follow the map, gps and directions we realised that a new road had been built over the pass.
It was poorly constructed with no drainage so the rain was washing most of it away but we followed it eventually rather than trying to find the paths it criss crossed. It was a shame to see the inca trails trashed in such a way. The rain started but this time we had waterproofs on at the ready. After two hours we were over the pass and the rain had stopped so we had a snack. We were overlooking the picturesque farming community of Estancia Chajolpaya below. The road managed to get down to it but only by zigzagging a lot. We turned right and went up the next valley looking for somewhere to camp. The inca trail was great and the valley lovely. We found somewhere near the path and made camp.
At 5pm a great train of llamas came down accompanied by a huge family with lots of small children - all carrying heavy packs and three mules loaded up. We were surprised to see anyone as it was supposed to be 10 hours to the nearest town. Then at 6pm a man and son came along. The man asked for pencils for his son. Then at 7pm another lot came over. It was dark by now and one man wanted my head torch but I wasn't giving that away. The others called him away and they had a rest before getting out their head torchs and setting off. We think it's just in their nature to ask for something; but they were happy enough when we said no. We slept well and were up early! Day 4 Illampu trek 20km 8.
It was a nice valley to be walking in; the trail was nice and with views of Illampu and Ancohuma. At 10am though we came across a new road making its way down the valley. It was obvious this was where vehicles could get to now and that's how the families so people had got all their stuff so close. The digger was parked up and there was rock blasting machinery there too. We were disappointed but I suppose it's in the name of progress and also some of the old roads make nice tracks to walk on. So on we went on the road.
It made for quick progress and we were happy to be dry too. By the summit of the pass at m the clag had come down though and it snowed on us so we didn't hang around up there. The showers passed over quickly; either the general weather had got better or we were on the better side of the mountain range. It was pleasant though. We came across an abandoned vehicle with it's axle completely broken. While descending I started to feel terrible; just spaced out and I couldn't focus properly. We hadn't eaten properly since breakfast so stopped and had some noodles.
I felt immediately better which was good. The routes now split with two low level options however the gps was sending us more direct; the way I would go if navigating but not knowing the terrain it was a difficult decision.