La Casa de Ana-Peru
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... in a nice alfresco restaurant down a cute alleyway full of alfresco restaurant and bars, just behind the main cathedral. Arequipa really is very pretty, full of white-washed colonial buildings and churches, beautiful ironwork, cobbled streets... Are we back in Spain? The Spanish had arrived in 1540 and their presence is still very evident today, despite the numerous earthquakes and volcanic eruptions... Not surprising, as there are THREE HUGE volcanoes surrounding ...
... but whatever they did register, it was delicious! In fact, it was so delicious that Jen even tried some.. and liked it!
The following morning we were up at 2:30am (Yes, thats half past two in the morning), ready to be picked up at 3am to go on the Colca Canyon tour. We were bundled into a tour bus with another 10 or so people ...
... we go exploring through the markets on the outskirts of town, which had an obscene amount of hats and butchered animals, so outside we settle for eating empanadas and papas rellenas, which cost all of 20p each and are hot and tasty! Overlooking the plaza we enjoy a rooftop beer or two in the sun, before retiring to the cool air of our hotel for card games and take away tamales for a light ...
... here with a museum guide who spoke so much that we all came out suffering from information overload.
In the afternoon, we visited a shop selling Alpaca garments and Jorge explained about the different types of animals and the wool which they produce.
In the evening we had dinner with Linda and Valerie at a restaurant called ZigZag where we tried alpaca meat.
... On this occasion, the Condors DID get the memo, and we saw three of them circling overhead as we continued our descent through the awe-inspiring Colca Canyon. Some of the edges along the walk were more than a bit precarious, but the views up and down the chasm from inside we’re epic. 1,000 metre high tree lined rock walls either side of you, all encasing a beautiful fast flowing river at the bottom. The opposite side of the canyon was dotted with ...