Rest day today, leaving for base camp which sits at 15,600ft at 3pm. We leave for the summit around midnight. Most people do this over 2 days but we are going to try to do it in one push. Should be interesting for sure.
Did do some super light walking around town, noting worth noting.
Hiking/Walking (Road) 1:00:00  2.0 mi (30:00 / mi) +300ft26:16 / mi
Easy walk around the city looking for $ exchange and a coffee shop. Found both.
Running (Road) 1:01:16 5.7 mi (10:45 / mi) +756ft9:33 / mi ahr:132 max:174 shoes: N2 V2 Road Gray/Orange
Easy jog around the city. People and cars everywhere do lots of stop and go with some walking. Definitely feel the fact the city is at 12,000ft. Felt every hill, sucking wind, and legs were lead when I got done
Hiking/Walking (Road) 2:00:00  4.0 mi (30:00 / mi) +1000ft24:16 / mi
Easy walking around the city which is between 12k-12.5k to recover from yesterday's sickness and to keep the body moving. Finally got hungry at lunch today so ate my first meal since I have been here the last 24 hours. Going to start taking alitude meds tonight to see if that speeds things along.
Hiking/Walking (Trail) 2:05:02 3.22 mi (38:50 / mi) +1383ft27:36 / mi ahr:111 max:145
After spending most of the day trying to figure out how to drive here we hiked up the mountain to the refuge at 17,000ft. I ended up getting altitude sickness with massive headache and puking. Think this was due to a combination of going from 5k in Denver to 17k here in 24 hours, less than 2 hours of sleep, and not eating enough. Rest day today in La Paz at the condo which is still at 12k.