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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.
... a gradual increase in cars and honking). An old man walking around with a bag of what looked like potatoes was actually selling some sort of fruit that the Spanish speaking lass next to me on the park bench was happy to buy. Things are never quite what they seem, are they?
Once the clock struck 8am, I headed off for some breakfast at a crepe place. A good omelette to kick start the day! Said place was also conveniently located near Santa Catalina monastery - another score! I ...
... After several hours of wandering about on my own Sarah joins me and we slowly (the small hill that we climb literally takes our breath away) make out way over to the Museo Santuarios Andino to visit "Juanita", the frozen body of a young girl who was sacrificed in an Incan ceremony over 500 years ago at the top of the Ampato volcano. Due to the unique conditions of ice, cold temperatures and volcanic ash the body is incredibly ...
... made a trip to Colca Canyon, the deepest canyon in the world! We saw the condors flying above the canyon and the views on a whole are absolutely beautiful. While in Arequipa we also went to an old monastery that was very evidently built by the Spanish given the architecture. We also saw the most well preserved mummy in the world, Juanita. She was a young Inca girl ...