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... body was found when the ice melted on Volcano Ampato in 1995. Her frozen body is displayed in the museum along with the artefacts found with her.
Next we went to the Monasterio de Santa Catalina, a former convent opened to the public in 1970. Apparently, the inhabitants lived in some luxury here. It is a huge complex containing many individual houses, many of them massive. We spent ...
... travel agent place of they would store it for us....sweet for a small tip and us arranging a taxi to the airport through them we left our bags in the back of this place. The main square was beautiful and as with every main square we visited there was a beautiful church or Cathedral. Seeing as it was a Saturday afternoon it was not the typical touristy day, it was filled with local families enjoying the beautiful day. We wound or way through old buildings and squares ...
... Lakshmivan, which was very nice. Once again we caught up on our travels and different experiences, swapping stories. David and Jen also brought us our Death Road t-shirts and CD of pictures, having kindly picked these up for us from the downhilling company in La Paz. We took in the night time view from the roof of their hostel (their's was, it's safe to say, a nicer hostel than ours), and said our goodbyes again.
On Sunday ...
... bus. We had a brief look around and got some good from Pizza Hut! In the evening, as it was Saturday and Wild Rover being well known around here for a good party, we thought we'd go out! Again smuggling some run into the hostel. We played a bit of beer pong and it was supposed to be a Hawaiian party, including dressing up, yet no one seemed to join in. ...
... 8217;t the most exciting prospect. It seemed like the whole of the backpacking community in Arequipa was making the same ascent that day. Initially I struggled a lot, but after a while I found my rhythm and started going past a number of people. It was tough to catch your breath, given the altitude as well, and the added hindrance of my converse trainers, but in the end I made it to the top in just over 2 hours – way ahead of how long I thought it ...