Hostal el Tumi de Oro
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... seen inside of building)
6. Museo Arqueologico "Jose Maria Morante Maldonado" (2 soles)
7. La Compania Church and Clauatros
8. Plaza de Arms
9. La Arequipa Catedral
there have severals of attractions...I decided that's all for today...back to my room.
made the noodles soups!
... I saw one flying away, but it was too small to even take a photo of, and I wouldn’t have known it was a condor except for the guy who actually saw it when it was closer. We stayed there for an hour, and no one in our group saw one because we weren’t given any information on where to look from our guide.
We got back in the bus and headed back to Chivay and stopped a few different spots on ...
... chapel inside, and the city’s main cathedral on the square. The cathedral was mostly interesting for the views from the top, both of the square and the spectacular volcanoes that sit next to the city. In addition to having pretty architecture, the constant presence of Misti, Chachani and Pichu Pichu rising behind the buildings makes for an even more dramatic setting. Just sitting in the square drinking in the sights and the atmosphere ...
... was another blazing hot day in Arequipa and we thought we’d try out the towns market. By South American standards it was small, perhaps the size of a large supermarket in the UK, but it was packed with all sorts of strange foods. A walk down the meat isle really turned our stomachs. Whereas in the UK, meat is always kept chilled and the butcher always looks hygienic, in South America the meat sits on top of a counter in ...
... in a district called Cayma which is only a 20 minute stroll to the downtown/historic centre. Mel spent a few hours showing us around the house and Cayma, which we were relieved to see that both were very nice and safe. We met all the other volunteers that day. Funnily enough all spoke english as their first language. Our first two days were free so we spent time settling in and roaming around Cayma to find a monthly gym membership. The closest gym we tried was ...