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... back up so I've extended my stay in town to do that with the others tomorrow.
In the evening we watched Savages in one of the hostels two TV rooms. The DVD collection is big but this is one of the few films I haven't seen that I've heard of and might be alright. It also has Mexican cartels in it, so is kinda geographically related. I gave up half way through; terrible film. Plus with a 3am start tomorrow I need an early night.
... than a main square which is similar to Cusco with a nice cathedral, there's not much to see. Chris ventured out with his boyfriend to a viewpoint of the city and a volcano called El Misty in the background for sunset. Unfortunately, I was too sick to even walk around, so was tent bound. He assures me I didn't miss much though. I got dinner in bed, an ordinary risotto. Too rich for me. Lucky we don't have much of an ...
... so I really shouldn’t have expected too much from it. It’s pretty dirty, the wifi is bad, and it’s just not a very welcoming place. It doesn’t really matter for a couple of nights, it’ll do the job.
I went out for a free walking tour at 10:30am, and it was a pretty poor tour. The guide was really boring, and his english wasn’t very good at all. There were only six of us on the ...
... between Chile, Bolivia and Peru over bird poo... We also saw some other sites such as the Christ statue, electric cross made from pylon parts and some of the shanty towns before heading out of Lima to have lunch on a beach. After lunch on day one we visited a colonial mansion which has tunnels underneath to the ocean used to traffic slaves. We actually went into these tunnels and it's not a very nice feeling (small too). We ended the day in Paracas, a town on the coast which has ...
... the door down, they let us in!
The next day we decided not to stray from the Lonely Planet and recommendations from fellow travellers and booked a 2-day tour with Colca Trek, departing the following day. The rest of our day was spent exploring some of Arequipa's sights including the mummy museum (similar to the one I went to in Salta) which housed Juanita (also known as the Inca Ice Maiden), an Inca girl who was killed as an offering to ...