Peru, day 6
We returned to camp for our usual snack, but they also had plantains in fried wonton wrappers. We bought a few beers from the shop and shared with everyone. We wouldn't have to get up until 7am (that's late compared to our other wake-ups!) so we enjoyed ourselves a little more. The crew even put together a fire for us. Dinner was a chicken and quinoa patty, parsnips and beets, rice, fried potatoes, and hop milk. It was a really tasty dinner.
The next day would be another relatively easy/short day as we'd signed up for a zip line tour. It would save us 4 hours of hiking in the morning and we'd meet up with the group at a lunch spot. Most people decided to do the same as we were all pretty wiped at that point.
Alex and I crawled into our still-soggy sleeping bags around 10pm.