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... of sunlight, touched us and I was glad to have made it before! What a start into my birthday! It had never been so (physically) ******* me...
After the whole group made it to the top, we made our way back to Arequipa with some stops along the way. Unfortunately, after just passing the highest point of 4.910 m again and stopping for some photos, we were eye witnesses to an accident that had occured just minutes before. A car had crashed from the road and came to a halt some 50 ...
... locations in the Andeas but all in similar circumstances and all young children, as your as 5 or 6 and old as 15. Juanita is the best preserved though. Amazing history. After that I just had a wander about the city. The cathedral in the main square is pretty cool, built with white volcanic rock. Incidentally the region also suffers earthquakes and parts of the cathedral rebuilt several times due to this. Most photos etc taken on my other camera this time. Next....the ...
... and there is meant to be egg too but they didn't put that in. It was really good. We the got back on the bus and then saw Some more views of these special fields, a bit like paddy fields in India they are called something special and I can't remember what the name is. I made the mistake of not writing the blog the same day and now I've forgotten everything. I will upload some pictures though and I'll try and remember the name of these fields that are really famous here. They have ...
... will definitely be Chachapoyas in my opinion.
In the history, Arequipa was being lived by a lot of white people that is why they called it The White town.
The centre has a lot of nice coffee places, or restaurants. I found the coffee shop of Anouchka by the way.
For me, his market is more incredible, the market is called " Don Camillo", it is located over 3 floors; first, ...
... out to be a bit dodge and so Suzy and Molly didn't even bother to stay there. The stories the next day were funny though. The one thing I wanted to do on Thursday was the walking tour - I've been trying to do them in each city where they're on offer. But it didn't happen. I needed to go and sort out my Colca canyon trip so I left the group at a restaurant and headed for the Peru Schweiz tour agency. I knew the poster price was 150 soles and that Miriam and ...