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... time. What he did have was a pristine set of royal blue overalls and a spanner, we left him to it. The result? Let's just say, if Gregorio had been part of the Motor Vehicle Studies GCSE cohort that visited Llysfasi college every Wednesday afternoon, he would of been top of the class. For those of you that don't understand this reference, he fixed the steering. Had they been able to see me struggle (fail) to successfully master the perspective photos for which the salt ...
... example, there was an are just for fruit, another for juices, and another for chicken. The market was followed by a stop at a room in the university where they had a three dimensional model of the Colca Canyon and the guide explained some of the topography of the area. The next stop on the tour included an organic chocolate store and an alpaca textile place. The alpaca place was interesting because it explained the difference between vacunas, alpaca, guanacos, and llamas. They ...
... were being recognized so there were little school children, but what impressed us the most, medical students were being particularly honored. Soon the dignitaries took their place on the stage and people began forming lines for the parade and the military band stuck up. The Arequipa district flag was raised first and the local anthem sung, then the flag of Peru and National anthem sung. Then began the parade. It was noon before ...
... became clear that about two-thirds are taxis of various sizes, ages and livery. Our first task after checking in was to secure transport to our next stop in Chivay, one of the nearest towns to Colca. Fernando suggested booking a 2-3 day tour of the area around Colca but he hadn't properly grasped that we already had our accommodation booked there and we only needed to get there and back. We thanked him for his advice and headed to the ...
... This is a family run hotel and his parents live on site and the 'Grandfather' is in attendance for advice if needed. We walked the 15 minute walk across a large fast flowing river to the historic centre with an impressive plaza and colonnaded buildings surrounding it. A cathedral on one side of course. All very Hispanic. The stone here is very pale and Arequipa is therefore known ...