Just wanted to say Hi, Ive just booked onto the Inca Trail trip and Im so excited about seeing Peru and walking the Trail.
So who else is going?
I've just booked to go myself, I'm flying from Manchester. Looking forward to the trip!
Myself and my friend Linda are heading out from Glasgow and so will meet you in Lima. We're really looking forward to it.
Hi Rich and Sarah,
Im flying from london so will meet you in lima aswell. Im really looking forward to it not long to go now, im not looking forward to packing though any advice on keeping under that 10kg limit?
Yeah only 8 weeks now! Just had my vaccinations done today.
I've not had the Exodus bag sent to me yet so don't know how much stuff I can cram into it. I'm in the process of getting a decent sized daysack which I can take on the plane as my hand luggage. This should allow me to offload some stuff from the main bag on the trek.Rich
Just wondering what vaccinations you had done as the info i have read says you need ones that you would routinely have done here eg tetanus etc. I havent recieved my kitbag either, i already have a tried and tested daybag from a trek i did a few years ago in the sahara. I think its about 18-20l.
I don't think any vaccinations are compulsory, but I've had Hep A and Typhoid (Same Jab), and a Tetanus. I didn't have Hep B as its 3 injections at £23 each, very low risk of getting that anyway. The nurse was advising swine flu as well, but have to call the surgery back in October to check latest advisory, don't think I'll bother with that.
Thanks for the info, im upto date with all those anyway ive had swine flu and hep b as I needed them for work aswell so i should be covered.
Hi there fellow campers,
Just a quick note to introduce myself as the newest member of the group (as of 17 hours ago). This trip is one of those events that Ive had in my mind for close on 7 years now; since a close friend trekked in the early noughties. The pictures and stories she came back struck a chord of wilderness and adventure, told my self i was goona replicate it (apart from the incident of the Llama trashing the toilet tent, whilst she was in it). The vision was originally all about travelling to a distant place, seeing different cultures, the sights, sounds and smells of the Andes and the history of the region. However, being a pompey boy, it now looks like a great excuse to get away from the weekly toils of Fratton Park on a saturday afternoon!.
Anyways, be nice to hear any thoughts from you others.
Laters dudes and Dudesses
Hello All, Linda and I are also flying from Amsterdam and I am pretty certain that is the flight we are on. We leave Glasgow around 6am that morning. No kitbag has arrived here as yet. Looking forward to a trip of a lifetime.
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