Thursday Limatombo-Abancay, 114 Km, 2165m climbing (although the guys with Garmins got closer to 2400), 6:30 ride time. The next days ride was much harder. We began the day descending 2000 ft, including some flood damaged gravel portions of the
Wednesday. Cusco-Limatombo, 75km, 650m climb, 3:30 riding time. Fantastic to be on the bike today. First, I’ve been off the bike for about two weeks, which has only happened maybe four or five times over the past twenty-four years, so
On Saturday We left the Lima hotel at 7 to head to the airport for our flight to Cuzco (or Qosqo in Quechua, pronounced alarmingly like ‘Costco’). A medical emergency forced the plane back to the gate and we took
OMG, those Incas were amaaaaazing!
First, how about them Giants, huh? Quite a story. And just another sign of how small the world is; in Cuzco, Peru, I was following along pitch by pitch on MLB Gameday and texting comments back and forth with Anne
Well, TACA misplaced my suitcase (but not the bike. Go figure.) Not only mine, but those of about twenty people. And by the time I realized it wasn’t showing up, I was at the back of the line, so it