La Casa De Tintin
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... from the classic painting of the last supper, mainly, the
round rather than rectangular table, and the corn and orange chilis filling the
The guide then told us about some of the unique things we
would find inside the main Cathedral in the Plaza del Armas. When the Cathedral was destroyed in 1840 by
an earthquake, the only thing that survived was the statue of Jesus, covered in
... t mind too much though and we had a wander to the market instead in search of a head torch. The market is huge and you need to be careful, you can see scouts checking people's pickets as you walk in and locals warned us as we hot close. We had a quick wander and took some snaps but we were soon out of there - the stench if meat and the desire to keep our money/ belongings meaning we soon headed back to the hostel. I went around a few of the Trekkers shops near the ...
... because I adore Zenet and the Hotel Posada El Castillo, but she will join me tomorrow night for dinner here at El Libertador. We will have a nice dinner and it will be my farewell to Arequipa, my favorite city in Peru.
I will meet Martha in Juliaca on Friday. Then we will embark on a great adventure! Until then, I will try and suffer through this luxury jaunt for a couple of nights!
... day as we knew Eric and Tim were joining us.After walking round town a little more, finding our feet in this new city and failing to get into the international country club twice, we got some food and went back to the hostel to play a few early games of beer pong and meet anyone else who was at the bar. The hostel had two bars, one for the day and one for the night. The day one had a small pool in the middle of ...
Today we had a chilled day in Arequipa, wandering the main square and going for ice cream and chilling in the hostel. We met up with Diego again for dinner at a BBQ restaurant where we had two sharing grills between the 6 of us... The steak and chicken kebabs were great but when I lifted the third piece of meat to share out and realised I had a whole pig trotter on my plate I was a little put off! We had a 3am pick up for our colca canyon tour so we got off to bed early after ...