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14. Santo Domingo Church and Convent
15. Santa Marta Church
16. Santa Rosa Chruch and Convent
17. Santa Teresa of Art Virreynal Museum (20 soles, I thumbed down. Not my big religion fan)
18. Santa Teresa Church and Convent
that was all I visited some churches and museums. There have to do more attractions...
back to my room to take my knees rest! Plus cooked Kraft dinners. Twice!
The ride back was really annoying because our driver was one of the slowest drivers I’ve ever witnessed. We were being passed by everyone. Taxis, small busses, big busses, old ladies walking on the side of the road. It was ridiculous. I was really tired and annoyed at this point, so all I wanted was to get out of this van and be back in Arequipa.
We finally got back around ...
... we had to do the night visit. We still arrived at 5 PM to see it in the light a little, and experience sunset there as well, and it was indeed magical. The convent dates from the 16th century, but has been expanded and added onto since then to make it a really spectacular place, with fruit-filled cloisters and maze-like streets. It’s basically its own little city inside the city. Nuns still live there in a small part ...
... to try a deep fried cheese thing and a passion fruit Pisco sour (a Peruvian alcoholic drink made with Pisco, egg white and usually lemon not passion fruit) On our way back to the hostel to see Lee and Leanne who arrived early in the morning, we picked up a takeaway lunch of stuffed potatoes and salteñas. Our afternoon was spent at the museum learning about the mummy Juanita who was found near the Colca Canyon on one of the volcanos. The Inka used to make ...
19 days after I was initially due to leave Cusco, my replacement bank cards arrived via DHL, woooo! I had my bags packed, and was READY to leave! I had decided to travel up the coast to Lima with Peru Hop. This is a hop on and off bus designed for backpackers, the first stop being Arequipa. I had already been to Arequipa on the way to Cusco,all the way back in early December. Despite this, I was not bothered, as it ...