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... cover. Our next couple of days adjusting to the altitude here at 7300 feet and preparing for the Colca Canyon trip at 12 to 15 thousand feet gives us a chance to explore much more both on foot and bicycle. Our hosts at La Casa Tin Tin hostel are great and have provided us with all the info we need to explore the area and book the Colca trip. The hostel sits along the Rio Chili with great views of the local volcanoes that have just had their first ...
... options. We went to the supermarket and bought lunch and dinner ingredients. We returned to the hostel and had lunch (bread, olive oil, olives and avacado) and played pool and table tennis in the afternoon. For dinner I cooked burgers and the 5 of us played 'taboo' before ...
... the blue wall.
One of the days we were in Arequipa we went to the monastery were Nuns or Priest live. This one was for Nuns. We got a tour guide so she could teach us about Nuns and the history of this monastery from the 1800's. A Nuns daily schedule is to pray 10 hours per day. They only go outside of their room 3 times a day to pray, to go to church and for getting sun light. They also have ...
... carved structure made in Belgium and brought all
the way to here in the 19th century. We got a taxi from our hostel
and thanked the old lady who had been so helpful and travelled to the other
side of town to the bus station. There was one nervous moment in this journey
where we were caught in a very heavy traffic jam in a very narrow laneway and
there were a group of seedy looking men stopped just near our window. ...
Another early rise was on the cards. We would begin our trek up the canyon wall at 5:15. It was easily the hardest trek yet as the steep incline was accompanied by many loose rocks and the darkness for the first half hour. The lack of steps along the route burnt the calves. Many times I would get to what I thought would be the top to discover that there were several more to go. It took 1 hour ...