Sonesta Posadas del Inca Arequipa
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... it wasn't possible. So Francis followed up with a detailed email to reassure us this was most likely part of an ongoing campaign to protect both domestic and foreign travellers and that we shouldn't have any problems at immigration. The fact they'd written our details down was most likely to show yo their superiors they were doing there job. It all felt a little "backward", over simple and amateurish to me but Francis was confident it was all above board so I left it ...
... of concentration, but unfortunately for us both he didn´t spot the missing drain cover. There was a sudden scream as Rhianwyn's right leg disappeared down the hole, which was knee deep and full of rubbish. John hoisted her out and told her to sit down, while he took a look at her leg. Accepting a drink of water Rhianwyn tried to control the tears and laughter whilst drinking, but it proved too much and the ...
... still saw some once the trek had commenced.
Our guide was called Miguel, and of course, was crazy! The first day was pretty easy, as we descended down into the canyon. The top of the canyon was 3000m above sea level, and the base where we stayed for the night was 2500m. Our accomodation for the night, at the base of the canyon was called 'Oasis', as it featured a swimming pool and bar with happy hour! Our group bonded over some well deserved ...
... into the life of the nuns at the time when it was built very enlightening but not a nice way to live for a young girl. No running, smiling or looking at the male priests as punishments were severe.
We then went to a local restaurant for lunch and ate guinea pig being a local delicacy. Not bad tasted a bit gamey once you got over the fact that it was cooked intact yuk.
... its way up a hill and I manage to snap a quick photo. Vicuñas live in groups of 5 or more so there must be others close by. A small guard station is located where the road ends. Erich informs me that the guard is positioned here as a precaution against attempts to take out the power lines in the area. They are also there to deter poachers who will attempt to capture or kill vicuñas for their valuable fur. I think about the lone vicuña that we spotted on the way ...