Posada del Parque
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... I couldn't believe how well she had been preserved. We then watched a short video documentary of the discovery of the mummies. After the museum I headed back to the hotel to meet Antonio to go to the clinic. Antonio told me that he had contacted the doctor who had confirmed that I had a double fracture to my radius and that I would need to have my elbow in a cast. When I got to the clinic we had to wait for ...
... crying in our hostel. I will miss her, and I will miss being with someone who I love, and who loves me. And so after that wonderful time of feeling known, I decided to go to the other end of what I've been missing, and am spending a few days all alone in my beautiful birthday splurge hotel room in Arequipa, Peru. I have spent the last few days in my lovely hotel garden reading (I finished my first novel in Spanish! - Harry Potter Book 3), ...
... Lakshmivan, which was very nice. Once again we caught up on our travels and different experiences, swapping stories. David and Jen also brought us our Death Road t-shirts and CD of pictures, having kindly picked these up for us from the downhilling company in La Paz. We took in the night time view from the roof of their hostel (their's was, it's safe to say, a nicer hostel than ours), and said our goodbyes again.
On Sunday ...
... he saw how tired we were.
After the nap Jose provided us with a map and places of interest. He also drew a big X over an area we should not visit, especially at night. We explored the city, went to the square and the market. Arequipa looked like a lovely city. After walking around aimlessly we checked the map and realised we were right in the middle of the no-go X. We quickly moved ...
After another long bus ride we arrived in Arequipa (where the bus driver managed to get lost!).
We had decided to stay in a Pousada, a bit of an upgrade from the hostels we have been staying in. It had a lovely central outside area that was sunny and had loungers, tables and chairs.
Arequipa is surrounded by 8 volcanoes some of which are snow capped. We experienced another small earthquake at breakfast on the first morning ...