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... potato, chicken and avocado.) It was by far the best cooking course we have done and it's making me hungry thinking about it now! We also visited a museum containing Juanita also known as the Inca Ice Maiden. She was sacrificed by the Incas some 500 years ago and was found frozen in an incredibly well preserved state. Sorry no pictures were allowed!
After Arequipa ...
... gave us a bar of chocolate in volcano design. Sweet. Arequipa is really beautiful of what we saw. It's desert like terrain and surrounded by Andes and volcanos. The old town is colonial and really stunning. Wish we could have explored more. Off we were wizzed in the ambulance to the airport. Teresa thought she wouldn't get in as she had to go through security, I was taken direct to the plane. It was tiny! 8 ...
... playing as we ate our meal, and then a couple came out and performed some traditional dances. Before too long they had most of the audience involved and dancing around the restaurant, quite a feat when you're at that altitude - you simply don't have enough breath to dance! All in all a very enjoyable day. On Friday we were collected from our hotel at 6am, ready to go and see the condors in the Colca Canyon - a bit of an early start for us all, but there was still a fair ...
We arrived in Arequipa late on a Tuesday night after a six hour journey from Puno. The journey was unremarkable aside from an over-eager but very attentive bus company, Cruz del Sur, which seemed to treat our trip as though it was a flight. Lots of safety briefings, reminders to use our seatbelts, chidings from the stewardess for any forgetfulness, etc.
We planned to stay for four or five nights in Arequipa, Peru's second city, with a night or two in ...
... resin is thought to have kept out insects and slowed bacteria trying to feed on the bodies. The bodies much like the Paracas culture are all upright, often with their tendons at the knee cut and then wrapped up tight. Some had their eyes covered or stuffed, which I am not sure what this means. We do know that they took the mummies out for rituals and often a baby/child would be killed at time of burial as an offering. The small mounds and the small mummy in the glass cabinet ...