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Travel Blogs from Arequipa
Today was a very long day spent entirely on buses heading out of protesting Bolivia and back to Peru. The most eventful thing that happened was we watched a poor wee dog taking a fit and probably some of its last breaths, and I'm pretty sure the bus we were on drove over the top of another dog. So it wasn't the nicest day for us …
We left Huacachina yesterday morning as planned and took a 2 hour Cruz del Sur bus to Nazca. We weren't sure exactly what time it would leave, since the website only lists departure times from the original place of departure (Lima in this case) but we reached Nazca by mid afternoon in plenty of time for the 10pm bus to Arequipa. We sat in the front …
Wow - Cruz Del Sur overnight buses are just awesome... arrived after a great night's sleep on the comfiest, largest reclining leather chairs I think we'll ever see in a bus!! Coupled with cushions, fleece blankets and breakfast we were well impressed! :)
The hostel lives up to its name - 'amazing'; their website really doesn't do it …
Der erste Eindruck von Arequipa (Hoehe 2380m) hat nicht getaeuscht. Eine wirklich angenehme Stadt. Neben ein wenig Sightseeing und Fussballschauen habe ich einen Kochkurs besucht.
Zuerst ging es auf den Markt und danach haben wir 'Causa rellena' und 'Lomo saltado', zwei typische peruanische Gerichte gekocht. Im Anschluss gab es dann noch …
Arriving in Arequipa, Stanley and Pamplemoose quickly realised that they had returned to the world of shiny shopping centres and first world tourism. There was even a branch of Starbucks. There was also quite a lot of culture, and some nature...
Overlooking Arequipa's colonial centre is the snow-capped and properly volcano-shapped Volcán …
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