Because it is early in the morning, there is some snow around, and there are white smoke-spraying vents on the ground, hot mud and fountains, and the surrounding is full of the smell of Liuhuang, forming a very unique picture, which makes people feel that it is not. Being in a cold or hot world is very interesting.
In the evening, we arrived at the Sol de Mañana geyser at an altitude of 4850 meters, which is different from what we usually imagine that hot springs would gush out. It is made up of mud pools with bubbling and steam everywhere. It feels very special. Then go to the famous place to rest under the mountain. This is probably the simplest homestay I have ever stayed in. There is no bath. The electricity is only available at 7-9 in the evening. The altitude is about 4200, and the temperature is now minus 4-5 degrees at midnight in winter. This arrangement is to be able to go to the leaky hot spring bubble at night (Figure 4). Although the pool is small, the view in the distance is rare. Soaking is so comfortable! It's just so good to change clothes in the shabby locker room and climb the 200m road back to the famous hotel, which is more painful. Figures 4 to 6 are all time-lapse shots at night, so the moon is almost as bright as the sun. To