Team Lost Boys looking forward to their last summit attempt Chimborazo, after a little rest at the beautiful Andean hostelries

Hello, this is Andy Veres of Los Muchachos Perdidos reporting in from Ecuador. Our teammate Bruce has returned to the United States having been just on the two part program, while the three of us are continuing on for the big challenge of Chimborazo.

We left behind one wonderful hacienda and travelled to another lodge for a second rest day. Along the way we benefitted from Jose doing a wonderful job of educating us about Inca culture and showing us a third hacienda that is built on the ruins of an Inca palace.

We are making the most of this last little bit of rest and getting ready to head up to the High Camp at the Whymper Refuge and looking forward to our last summit attempt in hopefully good weather.

Cheers!

Team Lost Boys at La Cienega Hostelry  Nader Andy Brad and our MercedesHacienda San Agustin de Callo  Hacienda Leito

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