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Here I met my new group, an 11 strong Croatian mountaineering club, who I would continue into the canyon with for a 1.5 day trek. It's safe to say they were far better equipped than I was.
We stood a top a viewpoint and our route to the other side of the valley was pointed out. Starting with 2-3 hours zig zagging downhill, crossing the river (and dipping our feet into) before continuing an hour uphill for an Alpaca stir fry. ...
... closed off, but most of the old cells and kitchens and churches and dining areas are all open for visitors to walk through. It was already cool in the light as we explored the narrow streets, but it became incredibly romantic when the sun dropped. They put candles in almost every room, which both allowed us to see the nuns’ cells as well as creating a nice mood as we wandered. The whole experience was definitely the highlight of Arequipa. ...
... of the valley. Yesterday it was not a very hectic day either, as we walked for just three hours with some ups and downs until Sangalle, a small village unequivocally nicknamed "Oasis". In fact it's not hard to understand why: it's a patch of green dotted with palm trees in the middle of the arid landscape of the canyon. Even yesterday we had almost the whole day available to enjoy this place, with the addition of a nice swimming pool and some beautiful views from the hostel where ...
... Tia's who have been there longer and have watched the children grow up will be a little sad for them to go, everyone is hoping that it works out and the kids find great homes. In what was probably the cutest thing that happened this week one of the older kids sat with Rachael and helped as she folded laundry. Yon Su told her who each piece of clothing belonged to and then took her downstairs and showed her which drawer they should be put away in. She was ...
... burial sites of human sacrifices to the mountain gods. One sacrifice was a 12 year old girl now referred to as Juanita. She was basically frozen in the freezing temperatures on the top of the mountain and is so well preserved that you can see the skin on her hands and she still has hair and most of her bodily organs. It was incredible! She is now kept in a box at -20 degrees to preserve her. They also found two other burial sites, both ...