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First the following steps to steps to do attractions in the UNESCO historic centre of Arequipa.
1. San Francisco Church and Convent.
2. History Municipal Museum (10 Soles fee)
3. Santa Catalina Monastery and Santa Catalina Church and Convent. (40 Soles fee, my favourite visited today)
4. Barro San Lazaro (religion closed hourly)
5. San Lazaro Church
6. Puente Grau
7. Mirador de Yanahuara
... We saw one spot that had lots of terraces where they could grow many different types of vegetables due to the microclimates at this altitude. That was the only interesting thing I saw all day. We stopped at a church that the guide tried to build up as this amazing church with beautiful paintings. It was not. It just looked like any ordinary church you would find in a small town like Maca.
We went back ...
... 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 ...
... with a grubby looking woman trying to swat flies away from it. But this wasn’t what turned out stomachs. It was the bloody pig heads, smelly tripe, bulging intestines and bagged brains that made us feel a bit queasy!
In the afternoon we walked to a different part of the city to see a bridge. It was far from the most remarkable bridge we’d ever seen but from it there was a fantastic view of the city flanked by ...
... minute walk from our house and looked too good to be true with many brand new high end machines and located in a mall with a supermarket. It turned out it was as the minimum membership was for 3 months for 200 US dollars each. The lady at the front desk was not the least bit interested in negotiating a deal for our one month in Arequipa. Before going to Peru I assumed everything would be super inexpensive and bartering would be an option for anything as it was a ...