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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.
... but to make sure I was alert at all times. As I expected I didn't get any sleep that night. It wasn't because the kids were waking up crying constantly but more out of fear of not waking if they did. A lot of people joked that it was a true test for motherhood but I disagreed; I will never have 10 kids under 5 years old at once. Or at least I don't plan on it. It seemed as though each shift during this period we would arrive at the orphanage and all the full time Tias were ...
... I was on my free walking tour of Arequipa, it suddenly occurred to me why I loved Arequipa so much, it's because it reminds me of my hometown and also of London!!! So I finally came to the conclusion that I miss home and I miss my friends and family in the UK, for the first time in this trip (and including my last trip to Southeast Asia), I realise that I am actually homesick, that is definitely a first for me, now I must be getting old and sentimental!!!! Hahaha
... from society, with no interaction with the outside world. Apparently a few of the young girls died trying to escape through the tunnel that the waste water from the laundry area...clearly a stay here was no luxury resort. The convent has different areas that were built in different years, some dating back to the 1500's. an earthquake destroyed most of the convent back in the 1500's but it was rebuilt. The convent serves as more of a tourist attraction ...