Las Casitas del Colca
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... we approached the canyon the views were so beautiful! I took many many pictures, most were not good because the bus moved, and others, well I made a selection once arrived!
Here we stopped, yes, at the Plaza de Armas! Two young men and three dogs were waiting for us, to show us the way to the hostel. Arriving in my room I saw this lovely little cat on one of the beds ;-) me happy! The restaurant has a pizza oven! great! you know, from 1730 hrs, it ...
... tornado touchdown in the mountains we are about to head into. We have a white knuckle ride for an hour or so but have an excellent driver who assures us we are fine as we crawl along with lightening bolts and sticks of dynamite thunder rumbling all around us. Tomorrow we head to the coastal town of Camanas with the Rotary crew to meet with the local Mayor and Rotarians there where we will be given a media blitz and tours of the projects they are currently working on . ...
Colca Canyon is the deepest canyon in the world, some parts even twice as deep as the Grand Canyon in America.We started our journey in the Colca valley which leads to the canyon. And our first stop was in a small, chilly village called Chivay, located about 4000meters high.The town didn't seem to have much going for it, so after one night we took a collectivo (a local minibus) to the next small village called Yanque. We got dropped off in the ...
We got up very early to drive around the Colca Canyon with our tour guide Luce. We were taken to the Condor cross. The condor is one of the national symbols of Peru. It is a large bird that can have up to a 3m wing span- they lay 2 eggs per year, with usually only one surviving.wet season is nesting time. They don't kill their prey, they are scavengers so feed on dead carcasses. One flew right over our heads- got it on the Go Pro (which ...
Earlier in the year we were near The Grand Canyon, but decided to skip it because we new we would be visiting The Colca Canyon in Peru. What we didn't know is that it is over twice as deep as The Grand Canyon and that we would be doing a 3 day trek down it.
Monday morning the alarm went off at 2:45am and we jumped in a minivan, drove over a pass that put us at 16,000 feet above sea level, strapped on ...