La Casa de Ana-Peru
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... however, is the Colca Canyon. It's the 2nd deepest canyon in the world and at it's deepest part, is over 6000m. After our good experience with the Rafting company, we decided to book the tour with them. 3days and 2 nights seemed the best option so we booked and were told we would be picked up at 3am the next day. 3am came and went with no pick up, as did 4am and at 4.30am we gave up hope and went back to bed - all very annoyed, not ...
... On the way back we stopped in these amazing hot springs. We first jumped into the river...which I did very quickly for me! And then we jumped into these amazing hot springs....it was bliss! Our brazillian guide on the way back had brought his skateboard with him, so at one point of the journey home, he got out and skateboarded at 60km per hour in front of the bus....these things only happen whilst travelling!!! Once back in Arakepa we had 4 hours until our night bus to Puno at 10pm! ...
... that proved to be more difficult to work out. (Tubes, rubbery rings, hooves(?) and jelly like substances) Having said that, we got a bit of help when we went to the local meat market the next day and decided that we had probably tried tripe and perhaps valves of some sort.
We visited some good small museums and saw some great photograpy including some showing Franciscan monks meeting Amazon tribes for the first time.
... the 2nd largest city with 2.5m people and is the jump off point into the Colca Canyon which is with 200km of the city. The Colca Canyon is 2 times as deep as the Grand Canyon and we will be heading there tomorrow for a 4 day hike.
We walked around the historic centre and enjoyed the sunshine in the main square. South Americans have an unhealthy love for flying rats (Pigeons) and love feeding them in ...
... meters above sea level. Having said that, we were not lazy enough to rent one of the mules that climb up and down the gorge. The trek and the subsequent ordeal was completed just in time for the well-deserved breakfast, and right before jumping on the minibus back to Arequipa; the return trip through spectacular Andean landscape and over a mountain pass at nearly five thousand meters was equally as good as these past days in the Colca Canyon.
Arequipa is another beautiful city ...