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"On the first night of our 5-day trek to Machu Picchu, the altitude was 13,700 ft (4200 m). Temperature dropped down to -10C/14F at night and I had 4 layers under my winter coat. I was still feeling the cold inside my sleeping bag.
Our horse-man, Daniel, woke me up with a cup of coca tea and some hot water to wash my face with. This shot was taken right after I got out of the tent early in the morning."
Tent - Doite Outdoor
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