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Travel Blogs from Arequipa

Arequipa and Colca Canyon

A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Sep 02, 2015

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... more than 5 minutes. Perfect for the muscles after a 3 days of hiking! Feeling a bit more relaxed, we headed for a well deserved buffet lunch. I think this is one of the only buffets that I have personally loaded my plate with just vegetables and salad! It was such a treat to get some leafy vegetables.

We jumped back into the bus ...

Flavours of Peru

A travel blog entry by ciaralang on May 22, 2015

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... small city within the high walls. The walls are all brighly painted blue and red, as the rock used in the building is volcanic rock which is very white and causes a glare in the sunlight. We got to wander these small streets and see the rooms that the nuns used to live in. There are still 14 nuns living in the monastery and the monastery is still a closed order where family can visit but must talk to the nuns through a iron ...

South American Journey Begins

A travel blog entry by travellerbenj on Apr 11, 2015

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... illegal alcohol and dance salsa. As Pablo said if there was a line of the law with legal on one side and illegal on the other - Columbians dance salsa back and forth on Either side. After Medellin we head to bogota and plan to meet our Cirque de Soleil friends from the boat. Simon, the nicest man in the world and stage manager for Cirque, sneaks us into the 4* hotel where Cirque are staying, and let's us stay in his hotel room!! That night we go to Cirquede ...

Arequipa - Peru's 2nd largest city

A travel blog entry by judelicious.50 on Mar 27, 2015

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... to cook and clean while they are educated and pray for the outside world. There are still resident cloistered nuns today, however they now have been modernised a bit.

Down to the Plaza de Armas to watch the sunset and later, after dinner to be part of the vibe of a bustling city.

World Heritage Site , Festive parade

A travel blog entry by sa2013 on Jan 31, 2015

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... serving Peruvian fusion using local and sustainable foods from the surrounding ocean, altiplano highlands and jungle. An extensive menu to muse over and Marg settles for the red quinoa salad with avocado, prawns, fresh figs, peas, mint and a fresh herb emulsion. Apparently I'm still carnivorous and opt for the
" triage of carne " that includes tenderloin medallions of alpaca, beef (res) and pork ( cerdo) . These sizzling beauties on the lava stone ...

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