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... way along. Our day finishes with a bike ride along the Rio Chili river with views of the volcanos and a few river barrios for the unfortunate soles that find themselves in this situation. Once again we are reminded of how fortunate we are. The late afternoon deluge and thunder is upon us, extra deluge this time so it's "Bruno's" take out pizza delivery ( delivered by a guy on a motorbike with nine sets of rain gear on ) and vino tinto at Casa Tin Tin.
... followed a hectic group packing session that evening, as we got our day packs together for our impending Canyon hike the next day.
Getting up at 3am is a *****, especially when you know you have pretty much a whole day of hiking through a canyon ahead, coupled with the lack of sleep the previous night due to being on an uncomfortable minibus. The sense of dread was intense. There was a full minibus of people to take us on the 3 hour drive ...
Left early to drive out to Colca Canyon. Drove through mountain countryside with awesome views, particularly of the mountain terraces dating from Incan times. Arrived at the spot in the canyon that is very narrow and waiting on the top of the canyon you could feel the currents rising form the bottom. Eventually the condors began to soar up and out of the canyon. The largest ...
... to the archeological museum which houses the mummified body of an inca girl who was sacrificed to the gods around 500 years ago. She was discovered at the top of a mountain after a volcanic eruption had melted the snow at the top of the mountain where she was killed. The museum has a number of well preserved artefacts that we're found with the girl, christened ...
... displays but also historical items from the Spanish eras, war and military items and phots of the damage the numerous earthquakes caused in the 19th and 20th centuries in Arequipa. We took another trip to the markets and bought some fruit and empanadas for tomorrow's trip on the bus. We leave at 3.30am here to be in time for the 4.30am bus that will take us to the border around Lake Titticaca and on to La Paz Bolivia. We expect to arrive late afternoon ...