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... that it is Bolivia and normal rules don't always apply, I think she got off reasonably lightly. And I learnt another lesson - guard your exit card with your life (same as with your passport, but that goes without saying). Anyway, with the French girl back on board we were finally free to commence with our last stretch to Arequipa. Vamos, vamos! When we finally arrived at Arequipa it was quite a bit later than I thought we would arrive. OK, not that much, but I was told ...
... cards were... Our Spanish wasn't quite good enough to explain that we never got one... He just shook his head, probably thinking "more silly tourists losing their cards".... Errr no! Your silly non-official officials never gave us one! I typically started getting annoyed when he asked us for B$50/£5 each (granted this isn't much to pay considering we were being held captive), but we honestly only had B$60 on us...! Josh told me to stand aside as I was ...
... much more information in the video than we hadn't both already read in the Lonely Planet. I actually dozed off at one point. The French transaltion was brief and to the point, and you could hear the English underneath which was much more dramatic. Juanita was a 12 year old girl who was sacrificed by the Incas at the top of the mountain around 1450. She was sacrificed to appease the god of the mountain, possibly to prevent a volcanic eruption. Due to the icy ...
... dinner reservations at 8:00”, someone said.
“No problem,” Roxanna declared. "Don't worry."
She walked us down the stone streets, through the stately main plaza, pointing out
the colonial buildings in the middle of the lovely Arequipa city center. She showed us a cathedral and a convent and
many shops with alpaca sweaters. At 8:15
she took us to the library, an impressively old white stone building with
... main cities. As we rolled into to town it was nice to be able to get some cheap accommodation with a view of the lake which was an added bonus. As for the town itself it was a little place with dirt roads and overpriced restaurants with an over abundance of people who had appeared to have 'found themselves' on the road. What they had really found though, were hemp pants with birkenstock sandals, an 'Alpaca' sweater and enough hair to chuck in a dread or 2, and a permanent ...