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... arm and then head. We tipped the owner. It was very soft and tame.
The next stop was at the canyon, and we were spotting viscacha (Andes rabbits) along the way. There were three condors perched on a rock very close to the viewing areas. They are magnificent beasts, standing at over a metre tall and weighing up to 12 kilos. We waited until they flew, which they did, and enjoyed the swooping over and through the canyon. Later ...
... and worked there for a while. So we took her contact details.
7th November Up at 5:30am. Had breakfast. Checked out and began our ascent up the steep canyon wall back to Cobanaconde in time for our bus back to Arequipa, which departed at 11:30am. We set off at 6:30am behind a group of ‘lazy’ tourists ...
Cusco really was a beautiful place which had impressed us, but after spending 12 nights in and around the city we pushed ourselves to move on. And because South America don't really do trains it was on yet another night bus. The 11 hour 'ride' to Arequipa had superb facilities; spacious chairs that reclined to 180° and a personal TV where we watched the latest films whilst being served dinner on a little pop up table - travelling in style for only £19.
... taken their vows one nun had up to six servants. Our hotel was five blocks from the centre so an easy walk into the central square. The square is surrounded by white buildings as they are built with the local white stone, behind them are the perfect mountains, picture perfect but difficult to capture on film. Three side of the square had an arched colonnade with some shops underneath. Not of the quality of Cuzco. Above were Resteraunts and we had a jug of fresh ...
... left tower which was replaced after the 2001 earthquake. Also inside the cathedral we were told that there is a carving of the devil which we should look for in our own time.
Round the corner we were taken into a Jesuit church which had local elements incorporated into the carvings, by the local artists, like pumas and corn. Inside, a painted copy of The Last ...