La Casa de Ana-Peru
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... to the owner but of course when she tried it it worked:/ Began our walk to the Oasis, Sangalle, which was supposed to take 5 hours. [On our way we walked through San Juan! Which turned out to be the village we could see below us last night-and the one just ahead of where Jack turned back before
dark.] Today’s walk took us 8-9 hours because we took a wrong turn ...
... bus and depart Arequipa around 0600. It's a long 12 hour or so trip to Cusco and so we do our best to get some sleep along the way as the sun is starting to rise and shine brightly through the windows. I have more luck than Leesh who is battling fatigue but just can't seal the deal with sleeping, which is unusual for her. We arrive at a quick breakfast stop but having packed our own food as usual, we stay in the bus and keep trying to sleep. A ...
... Chicha (Maize Beer).
We also went to a place called ‘Mundo de la Alpaca’ that showcased how alpaca clothing is made from beginning to end and showing the various types of Camelids in South America, the most expensive wool coming from the Vicuna, and baby alpaca being the softest most sought after. There were demonstrations on weaving and examples of the various natural substances that are used to colour the wool. They had a small farm section that housed ...
... a photo with an ugly woman and a llama or pay to get a photo of a Eagle on your head. Iv never had an eagle sit on my head so shelled out 30p to get my photo taken with it. Next stop was the spot where we were to look down into the Colca Canyon and see these Condors that the tour guide has a stonker over. As per usual the roads went from ones with more pot holes than Aberdeen to dirt roads where all the buses seem to again think they are in ...
... the sky a delicate pink-gold, the mountains lilac. Of course, as this wasn't pre-arranged, we couldn't stop to take photos.
We decided to give 'Peruvian Dance Night' a miss and headed to the market for dinner.
We were up at 5am the next morning and the bus dropped us off in a plaza to try and sell us more stuff and subject us to more dancing for money.
From here we drove to Colca Canyon to Condor Cross. Here, ...