at the Pampa de Quinua, site of the last battle in the Americas with Spain,
where Peru won its independence, and first LZ in the Andes Mountains for
Don. 11,000 feet.
Launch above the Pampa de Quinua. 14,500 feet.
Josue Saune and Carlos Trissolini, watch as the glider is assembled.
Launch at 6 PM, sunset. 14,500 feet, wind is gusting to 2. It was more like falling off the side of the mountain.. very fast.
Lazaro and his wife share breakfast and fascinating tales with us.
Huari! (Look at de sky! it's like 10 AM).
Don and mummy-to-be at Huari.
More Huari. As a kid, I climbed down into this building, which went underground for three stories.
Lunch, Inca Kola and Cuy.
Cuy means guinea pig.
Larrea and family: Ruth, Luis Eduardo and Daniela. Adriana (8)