Rainy weather and coca lahoia
It seems that around here it rains a lot. In my case it was drizzling and fog that made it hard to see the ruins from the top, having to wait for it to appear. The wait was worth it. As colleagues have said the rise and fall is half durum. It took us 2.5 hours to go up. At the top we found a person ve taught as we ate coca leaves. He got 6 sheets in one hand, put the mixture together, a sheet pulled to earth as respect for Mother Earth, wrapped them and put them between the gum and cheek. Coca Lahoja is not eaten, it is chewed and then spit, its benefits are that it replenishes the energy, calms hunger and can help you sleep.