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Travel Blogs from Arequipa

Some Fun and a Little :(

A travel blog entry by amdouet


... t make it before dark, and the bus had a schedule to keep. We were all sorely disappointed that we couldn't see them. The bus had to just continue on overnight to Arequipa - it was a long night! Arequipa We loved Arequipa; too bad we weren't there for long. We got to our hostel exhausted at 6:30 am and had to wait for our rooms. We were told they would be ready around 8, so we sat on the rooftop terrace until then napping, chatting, snacking. We only had ...

Not particularly happy with this post, FYI.

A travel blog entry by kendahlc

... and everyone has bonded quite well. Lima was the first stop and is beautiful, it's built on the side of a huge cliff that overlooks the ocean. Apparently there was a problem with rats in one park in Lima so to deter this the city pays for the health and food of about 100 cats to live in the park, and this is where we ate lunch! It's pretty cool that these cats are all taken care of and really friendly. Being someone who takes a lot of classes focused on ...

Peru II to Asia

A travel blog entry by rangjill


... which is harder than one might think. It was difficult to control the board and maneuver down the steep dunes, but the sand broke our falls. The dune buggy picked us up after our run and drove us to our next dune. Our final place in Peru was its capital, Lima. We visited the trendy Miraflores area and were surprised to see familiar fast food chains and stores from home, including Starbucks and Chile's. Lima's coast boasts steep bluffs and many surfers trying to catch their waves. We ...

Waiter waiter what's that in my soup?

A travel blog entry by pinklady27


... etc. Physically perfect children were taken by priests after they had been weened and kept in a house in Cusco. They were well looked after and taught about the Inca religion, knowing that one day they would achieve the high honour of being sacrificed. When the volcanoes in the area started erupting these children were taken up to the Ampato Volcano and sacrificed to Apu Ampato. Juanita was at the top with amazing clothes as she was from a royal family, the others ...

Day 24

A travel blog entry by travel2013-2014

We made a mend this morning and fixed our schedule in Arequipa and traveling down south and meeting Shirley. Will probably spend new year eve down at canyon. It seems to be a nice place to stay. Happy new year to us. We simply walked around the town and most of places are closed on Sundays. Had kabab in one restaurant and it's very nice. Back home and cooked delicious ...


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