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... off towards our first stop for breakfast, 3hrs away. After “breakfast” (consisting of just a dry roll), we headed for the start of our trek down to the bottom of the canyon. Along the way we stopped at Cruz del Condor, which is a famous lookout point to see condors soaring on the thermals. As we hopped out of the bus we were very lucky to see two condors slowly riding the air currents up passed us! These massive birds seemed weightless as they glided passed us ...
... our arms around each other
and stumbling after Roxanna out of the restaurant and, presumably, to our hotel
and our showers and our beds.
Abruptly, she turned left into a parking lot.
“How nice”, we thought, following silently
behind our leader, “she’s driving us home, even though it’s only about 4
blocks. She must be able to tell how
tired we are. She must be impressed with
... all the shades of alphaca fur you could get naturally from the animals. We then wandered through some of her oldest streets I t he city before proceeding to a restaurant where we were given a free shot of pisco sour. After the tour I headed back to the Museo Santuarios Andinos, located at the university. The main attraction here was 'Juanita', the ice princess. I had to wait about twenty minutes but then a tour was given in English. The first part included a twenty minute ...
... wheeled canvas-covered motorcycle-engined rattle-trap) to the airport. We could have taken a taxi but we wanted to try one of these things at least once. There was no bank at the airport so we tried one of the cash machines. Rosamund put her card in and the machine went "out of order". "Paul", a customer service employee of the airline tried his best to help but Scotia Bank advised him by phone that their "procedure" in such cases ...
... dramatic style, I was whisked away to the boarding gate with one of those airport carts. My only excuse is that by the time I was in Miami I was on the third time zone!
Arequipa is a beautiful city. It is the second largest city in Peru. It is often called the white city because of the color of the stones used to build the beautiful Spanish influenced building littered across the city e.g. the cathedral, nunnery etc. I ...