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Travel Blogs from Arequipa
... terrorists would then brain wash and take for their army. Without the help of their husbands to till the fields for food, these women had no means of taking care of themselves and so fled to the cities. The soup kitchen was started 20 years ago by these widows to help one another survive in the city. Each week two widows volunteer to cook three meals a day for the whole week, allowing the other women to go out and focus on their jobs. The two workers are allowed to ...
... we could buy a beer to cool ourselves down - we'd definitely earnt it! Lunch was alpaca served with peppers, rice and avocado - delicious.
After lunch we continued on through the canyon, stopping at various places for Ivan to point out a few plants. He showed us the cactus that tequila is made from, and also pointed out cochineal, a parasite growing on various plants whose reddish/purple blood is used to dye clothes and to colour ...
... together we participated in the walking tour including climbing into a llama pen and eating some twenty minutes later, afterwards we indulged in some cheese and wine earlier bought from the market with a fantastic panorama and I had a fun night out in a club called De javu with Beth. Arequipa market was interesting with a random couple deciding to set up a laptop and start dancing. Loving the fresh fruit juice as ...
... Colca Canyon off the table, we were at a loss for what to do, but then I heard we could go rafting! When I checked the prices on that we found them to be much more reasonable. We went yesterday afternoon on the Chili River . Whoo that was a hoot! The river rafting grade of this river ranges between I and IV on a scale where I is calm and nearly rock-free and VI is impossible to survive. I was nervous and excited. The rafting company gave us ankle length wet ...
... over 8000 as we found out later) and around 70 are shapes of animals. These would have been made by removing the red pebbles to reveal sand underneath, and continuing this to form a picture. Impressive as some are hundreds of feet across, so I think it would have been difficult to keep track of what the picture was supposed to be! We decided not to spend the night in Nasca, as really the only thing to do there is fly over the lines - an activity which is pretty dangerous due ...
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