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... of the bar's selection of IPAs (Indian Pale Ales to us non-beer experts), but he wasn't put off at all by having to pay, still indulging in a few bottles! Josh confirms this was quite possible his highlight of Arequipa...! We topped off the evening with some more Pisco Sours and a carafe of nice red wine with our dinner... A tasty stone-baked pizza from the restaurant below our hostel... YUM.
Our final day consisted of a lot of mooching and lounging about on ...
... surrounding them. This despite their repeated pleas not to give any of the injured any water. It was encouraging to see the lengths that people will go to to help others in need. Literally taking the shirts off their backs. Another Dutch doctor joined us, and also having trauma experience, she teamed up with Matt and managed to stabilise the seriously injured. Then there was the matter of getting the two people who were still in the minibus (which was on its ...
... locations in the Andeas but all in similar circumstances and all young children, as your as 5 or 6 and old as 15. Juanita is the best preserved though. Amazing history. After that I just had a wander about the city. The cathedral in the main square is pretty cool, built with white volcanic rock. Incidentally the region also suffers earthquakes and parts of the cathedral rebuilt several times due to this. Most photos etc taken on my other camera this time. Next....the ...
... driver, Gregorio. It was clear from the off that Gregorio had his finger on the pulse, as he opened his DJ set with Europe's, the final countdown. Gregorio's other talents included driving, cooking, driving whilst asleep and taking dodgy shortcuts as he attempted to beat other drivers to the next lake or flamingo hotspot. However, the biggest test of his talents came as the Land Cruiser's steering failed. As we jumped out of the vehicle we were unsure if he had the ...
... necessary!! One of the highlights of the tour was on the first night where we all went to a restaurant and were treated to some local folk music and dancing, this was all extremely pleasant until audience participation was required. Luckily for us we didn't have to dress up in any outfits, so the embarrassment was only mild.
After the tour we had one more night in Arequipa before setting off to Cusco, Peru's most famous and beautiful ...