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14,000 feet and a phone box!
Day started a bit stressful. Fearne was meant to be ringing Radio 1 to talk to Sara Cox but there was no reception on the sat phone and us, Breast Cancer Care girls, were tearing our hair out. Amazingly we heard there was a payphone down the road so off we trekked to ring Sara Cox. Very surreal watching Fearne chat to her work colleagues from the middle of nowhere on a pay phone!
Today was a tough day. We walked for nine hours but it seemed like days! Everyone found it really tough. Even filming for the documentary took a back seat today as everyone focused on getting to the end.
I have been blown away by our VIPs today. They are truly an incredible bunch of determined women and it has been an honour to trek with them.
When we reached the highest point at 14,000 feet, emotions were running high for everyone. Never more so than for our VIPs for whom it marked an extra special milestone after their diagnosis of breast cancer.
Most of the VIPs beat the celebs to the finish. We blame it on much chatting! Everyone gathered at the end to give Lou a well deserved cheer as she summited the final hill.
Now we are back in camp, everyone is feeling proud at what they’ve achieved. We’re excited about reaching Machu Picchu tomorrow but sad that means the trek is nearly over.
A comedy snippet for you which made us chuckle. The girls have asked if Asa (security guy, lovely chap) can move his tent further away from them as his snoring is so loud! Classic.