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Travel Blogs from Arequipa
Mancora is one of South Americas best surfing spots with sunshine all year round and constant waves. Itīs near the border with Ecuador and very touristy but still a good place to hang out. The towns only street is the Pan-American highway so itīs very busy mostly with mototaxis. We took a liking to the cheap rum and hit the town every second night …
After a few days in Nasca, we realised that the town was obsessed with the Inca Lines brand... from pavements to menus to park benches, everything incorporated the designs- monkey or spider, etc. We arrived at the bus station for our 10.30pm overnight bus. Expecting things to be quite straight forward from the quality bus company Cruz del Sur, we …
... mean by 'white' I suppose). Breakfast was at the Cusco Coffee Company where I had a sandwich that I think beat the San Marcelo quadruple-decker from Nasca.
Renzo then showed us around the farmers market, all the while imploring us to be careful with our small backpacks and belongings. I hadn't the heart to tell him that only the New Year's Eve before Wendy had had her handbag stolen from under her nose. In a Costa Coffee. On Trafalgar Square. In London. England. ...
... br> *Iglesia San Juan Bautista: arches with
saying about volcano
*Saw Rio Colca (river)
*Bought Coca Candy
*Took Maca Shot
-Lunch at Zig Zag:
took us 30 minutes to find it! Quinoa Soap, Alpaca, Pork, and Beef on volcanic stone. Amy ordered a ...
... as us.
So bags dumped, faces washed and clothes changed, we had the afternoon to walk around the pretty gleaming white-washed streets. They have some good museums there, including a famous exhibit of a mummified sacrificial princess, preserved in ice. But who wants to visit a museum when you only have a few hours between buses?
We had some farewell drinks with David & Sara and this time insisted they were on us. Unfortunately the ...