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... Arequipa that afternoon, indeed visiting some of the churches and courtyards which we had already come across the day before. One of Arequipa's oldest churches, Iglesia de la Compaņia, was particularly interesting due to it main facade full of images carved by the indigenous population at the time, who were made to wait outside the church, whilst their bosses, the Spanish, were the only ones allowed inside the church for mass. The imagery displays some Quechua ...
... hiking, we arrived at our base for the night. It is in an “oasis”, where the base of the canyon is just wide enough to create a flood plane where a few rustic lodges have been built. It was a massive (beautiful) relief to arrive in time for lunch. After lunch we all jumped into the spectacular pool and lazed a while in the sun. Most of us made use of the free time in the afternoon to have an afternoon nap or read. Knowing that the following day we had to climb ...
... condition! (creepy) Team decided today would be a pisco day/night as we wanted to further immerse ourselves in Peruvian culture - pisco being the Peruvian tipple of choice. We ate dinner at the confusingly named Museo de Pisco. Not much of a museum, but more a restaurant with a super selection of Pisco based cocktails and Pisco soaked tapas! Peruvian nightlife was also ...
... a 6 hour wait in the town of Calama, the Crewe train station of the Northern Chile bus network. It wasn't all bad, we had accumulated a life time supply* of Tur Bus issue cheese & ham sarnies. This was to be my second time in San Pedro, having visited some 20 years previous on a Morgan family excursion. My overriding memories of that visit to Chile were as follows... - The green and purple goalkeeper gloves I received for my birthday. Even if the adult sizing made ...
... time for our driver and guide as it was beginning to get late in the afternoon and a decision had to be made as to whether to sit it out our begin a somewhat long walk to the city. It was unclear at first as to whether we would be able to walk across the picket line but along with another group of Aussie tourist we decided to brave the walk and leave the drive to guard the vehicle and our our belongings. Yikes...... Infact you will be relieved to know the walk passed the line ...