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HEEEEY so I found a bit a free time to get me caught up on the aul blog!.....Soooo after Arequipa we had an overnight bus to Cusco on a veeeery bumpy winding round with no chance of real sleep. When we arrived to Cusco we had booked into a fairly nice hotel for one night just to relax and rest in a nice place. However when we arrived at our hotel …
... around freely and see the items used in the rooms by the nuns since the convent's founding nearly five hundred years ago. One such item was a chamberpot. Now then, having seen everyone else pose for photos, by pretending to use the massive clay ovens or pretending to wash clothes in the laundrette, Harry figured it would not be inappropriate to pose on the chamber pot by dopping his shorts to sit upon it. A photo was taken ...
... its large central fountain. The frolicking dogs made for some amusing entertainment.
Our highlight yesterday was visiting the temple of Qorikancha. It was the most sumptuous temple in the Inca empire, and was named Temple of the Sun for the solid gold disc in its courtyard. When the Spanish came to Peru, they built a church on top. This was also the main astronomical observatory for the Incas.
... married 2 braids connected.
Everything in the mountain communities is built out of rock
There are hundreds of partially finished buildings all over
Our B&B in Cusco is at 10,928 feet above sealevel. No real altitude issues yet.
There a park in Lima named after JFK. There are hundreds of cats living there.
Pisco sours are potent.
Cocoa tea is quite good and very prevalent. ...
... sun had all but disappeared by this point and we were beginning to feel the effects of the cold, so we decided to follow our own walking tour itinerary plucked from the Lonely Planet, and make our way back to the central market to indulge in some local food and shopping. En route, we passed colonial balconies hanging over the street, pretty churches and impressive arches. It was while we were passing under one such imposing arch that the heavens opened and we were treated to our ...