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Travel Blogs from Arequipa
... and we even got to see a military band play as part of the countdown to Peru’s upcoming Independence Day celebrations We even wandered out of the downtown area into the more modern part of the city, which for the most part was less pretty, but we did make our way to a pretty square in the neighborhood of Yanahuara, featuring great views of Misti and an 18th century church. And we managed to get real Peruvian chicken for ...
... was pressure on all sides of my head, I got chills down my sides. The others who weren't feeling well had headaches and were tired but still managed to check out the town a bit. (Of course, Kimber seemed unaffected!) Nothing seemed to help. Kimber brought me more coca tea; I ate coca candy; I used the flower water Nilo had sworn by. All I could do was lay there and wait for it to pass. Every time I felt slightly better something happened. I tried to ...
... chunk of the day but if I wasn't sleeping I was probably getting sick. One of our leaders, Taylor, came into the room to see how I was feeling and I was sitting on my bed eating Pringles and crying. He went to a naturopath before coming down to guide the tours of Peru so he gave me some pills and grape seed extract to help me, and they did help, just not quite enough. There was a point yesterday where I would drink water and it didn't even have enough time ...
... out day, we strolled the streets and revisited our lady with the yummy noodles for 5 soles. However this time it did not agree with both of us and our tummies were not quite right. A Skype session finally managing to speak to David after about 4 months and catching up with the Winfield's. We shared a taxi with Paula from our trek to the bus station and she luckily spoke Spanish which made our life a lot easier. On board our 11 hour night bus to Cusco, our next adventure begins.
... vegetation and irresistible bright blue swimming pools is a shocking contrast to the dry red walls of dust and rocks that have guided us down throughout the day. Greeted by a heavily anticipated swim, I definitely wasn't disappointed by this aspect of the tour and the feeling of the water engulfing my tired body was heavenly.
The next morning we begin the 3 hour ascent out of the canyon at 5am. Still with an empty stomach, I make my way slowly up the 8km climb with ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service