Chestnut Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
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... everywhere and they are always getting into trash meaning there's trash everywhere, and they often hang in packs. They are mostly harmless and keep to themselves but it's hard to watch them - skinny, mangy looking and sad (at least I assume they're sad!). In Cabanaconde there are still many dogs and it would be impossible to determine if they have homes. These dogs however seemed healthier (although they still need a good trip to the groomers!) and happier and come up to ...
... had a short run into Iowa which with its tidy farms, manicured farms and gently rolling hills looked like PEI writ large. Had a true prairie thunderstorm last night (Tuesday) with great streaks of lightening, booming thunder and pelting rain. There are still some thunder rumblings as I write this on Wednesday morning. We expect to travel to about Ft. Wayne, Indiana today and to make Streetsboro on ...
... came out and called him off, but as soon as I started riding again he snarled and chased me. I waited for the owner to grab his collar and get further away. I ended up riding 101 miles, and my body feels every mile. My knees are sore, which is a new thing. I got to a crossroad and stopped to make sure I was on route. A farmer in a truck pulled up and shouted, "do you eat?" After I realized he wasn't insinuating that I looked like I didn't eat in general, I ...
In the morning, we decided to drive the "heritage trail" a self-guided car tour through Amish country that leads you past farms, villages and a cheese factory where we caught a glimpse of the production of cheese, and, of course, bought some for the road ahead.
In the afternoon, as the sky was getting darker, we hit the ...
Up to date information on how to get to the Colca Canyon was
pretty hard to come by so we decided to head down to the bus terminal with our
bags and jump on the next available public bus.
There are 2 terminals in Arequipa, next door to each other and we had to
walk across the road to the other terminal to catch our bus. There are 3 companies that run to Chivay, the
biggest town in the Canyon, but not all buses ...