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... a nominal sum. There is some uncertainty as to these timescales as we have been told different things but this may again vary with proximity to towns.We saw Turkey & Black Buzzards along the route but no Andean Condors.Arrived in Arequipa around 7 p.m. so only time for a quick shower before venturing out for dinner. The town square was surprisingly attractive and atmospheric with the cathedral and plenty of bars and ...
We booked the 3 day Colca Canyon trek for tomorrow. Tom, Jale and I went for a walk, withdrew money and went to the supermarket. Tom and I later walked to a viewpoint where you can see a couple of the volcanoes surrounding Arequipa. Cooked dinner in the evening before an early night (3am start ...
... was cool.
The next day we wandered around aimlessly and this time decided on a hot chocolate at the chocolate place, a far better option, as we tried to waste time ahead of yet another night bus, this time to Cusco, to once again link up Ant and Hannah and get involved with the meander up to one of the 7 wonders of the world (Macchu Picchu) which would hopefully be far more fulfilling than the last one I saw in Rio with was an epic disappointment.
Until next time.
... t quit barking! The next day started with a visit by boat obviously (Lisa was happy) to the Ballestas Islands to see more wildlife. Dubbed the "Poor Man's Gallapagos" for good reason and having been to the actual Gallapagos only a few weeks ago we weren't overawed at the goings on there. After our trip we got some brunch in the only restaurant on the promenade/beach front that looked decent - it turns out the food was, when it finally arrived, but the service left something to ...
... credit card fraud so we cancelled your booking'. Just that. No apology for for the inconvenience, no 'prove to us that you're you', not even a 'we're repaying the money to your credit card right now'. This despite the fact that they had my passport, frequent flyer and credit card details - all in my name. And despite the fact that I would have to turn up in person in order to fly. But no, apparently I had committed credit card fraud.
Obviously we were pretty miffed at ...