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... spent the next day eating and sleeping. Steve slept pretty much all day so I explored parts of the city. After a day of walking around/ eating lots, there isn't much else to do in Arequipa and it got quite repetitive. I think Araquipa is my least favourite place so far. 2/3 days was more than enough and on our third day we boarded yet another overnight bus to Puno, on Lake ...
... On this occasion, the Condors DID get the memo, and we saw three of them circling overhead as we continued our descent through the awe-inspiring Colca Canyon. Some of the edges along the walk were more than a bit precarious, but the views up and down the chasm from inside we’re epic. 1,000 metre high tree lined rock walls either side of you, all encasing a beautiful fast flowing river at the bottom. The opposite side of the canyon was dotted with ...
... have liked to take a photo, but it was a no photo allowed place. Outside, the pavements of the street were covered in little stalls selling religious icons and decorations. There must have been more than twenty and most of them seemed to have the same stuff. I ambled over to the local market where they were selling food and clothing. I was on the lookout for a hair dresser. After lots of looking, a bit of asking in my very poor Spanish I found myself in a side street ...
... br> Dale did for a small fee, or to buy a snack of maize from the small stalls
which most of our fellow Spanish tourists did. The brochure had mentioned an optional
restaurant stop which we didn’t have so I’m guessing a plastic small seat on
the side of a dusty lane under the sellers’ umbrellas was the food stop. As you
can tell from my description probably the worse city tour we have done in fact
... steaks served sizzling on volcanic stone and some delcious Argentinian Melbec to sip on.
That was our whistlestop tour of Arequipa.
What we learnt
When done right, Alpaca is a delicious, rich, gamey meat.
I do not go well when sleep deprived and overheated at altitude
The French love South Peru
It costs a fortune to climb anything over 6000m
Isla del Sol,Bolivia, via Puno, ...