Mirador del Monasterio
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... our arms around each other
and stumbling after Roxanna out of the restaurant and, presumably, to our hotel
and our showers and our beds.
Abruptly, she turned left into a parking lot.
“How nice”, we thought, following silently
behind our leader, “she’s driving us home, even though it’s only about 4
blocks. She must be able to tell how
tired we are. She must be impressed with
... good amount of sleep, arriving in Arequipa at 4.30am. Jayna was also not well. It was a difficult journey.
We holed ourselves up in a cafe in the bus station, drinking coffee, until it was more of a decent hour. At 8am we went into Arequipa town and went to our hostel, in the hope that they would accept our bags until we could check in. Instead, they allowed us to check in early! After changing rooms, due to a smell of cigarettes ...
Free day in Arequipa today after arriving late yesterday afternoon. Time to explore the city - taking in the Monastery de Santa Catalina which is like a village (5ha) within the city of Arequipa. It has an interesting history of novices and cloistered nun's living in austere conditions yet ...
... with the front end staff ( and barkeep )
Our last day of altitude adjustment finds us downtown and alongside a random ( to us ) costume, dance and band filled parade represented by all of Arequipas districts all vying for the crowds attention. The groups rolled by one after another each performing traditional dances that every costume was traditionally associated with, and noticeably they all had a beer in hand as they bounced, sang and ...
... 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 ...