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After taking a night bus to Arequipa, which incidentally had leather, first class massage chairs instead of normal bus chairs, we arrived early in the morning. Here we walked around the centre, visited a church and got used to the difference in altitude (a couple of kilometers). The next day we did a rafting tour on the Chili river, which was quite wild.
... basically cheese and corn stew. From being at the orphanage alone, we got to try many Peruvian dishes. Another simple peruvian dish we loved was corn on the cob with a piece of soft white cheese (choclo y queso). Our last day at the orphanage was on Boxing Day. We were really sad to say goodbye to the kids and the volunteers but we were excited to head off to Chile the next day after a great 2 & 1/2 months in Peru. We ended our last night in Peru with the other volunteers and delicious ...
Waking up in the jungle is an easy thing to do. The tent warms quickly and the revving engine of insects and birds motivates one to start the day. As Michelle somehow still sleeps, I decide to get some air and explore. I had the privilege of using a nearby outhouse that had a toilet with no seat or water, but plenty of spiderwebs along the walls. We eat a quick breakfast and began our last day of the trek. We follow a ...
... volcanoes in the distance, taking up most of the sky it was as thought someone hung a big mural, it was a strange sight in such a big city! We stumbled on a lot of churches and spiritual places, the most interesting being the Monasterio de Santa Catalina, originally built in 1579, described as a 'city within a city' and at its height housed up to 450 nuns and help. Even thought the majority of the Monastery was rebuilt ...