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Travel Blogs from Arequipa

The geezer of the geysers and others.

A travel blog entry by hwmorgan on May 22, 2015

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... the 'spit bucket holder for a journeyman boxer' one. Most guides favour a polite approach when dealing with client issues, not Pablo. His go to response involved a smooth combination of aggression and conflict, admittedly an approach that was befitting of his Brooklyn gangster accent. Surprisingly, he took a more mellow approach during the last 20mins of the trip, unsurprisingly this culminated in him asking for tips. A good tip for Pablo would have been to develop his ...

Transit to Cusco

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Mar 28, 2015

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... Hop as the buses are too big to manoeuvre the narrow streets of the city centre. Will (the owner and founder of Peru hop) jumps aboard, greets us all and gives us the plan. One by one, people are piling into cabs and we are the last to leave. Not a bad thing as Will jumps in with us and we are able to tell him of our delight having travelled with Peru Hop and we speak about the issues. He tells us of the American muppets who are trying to sue ...

Downtown

A travel blog entry by laurapayne on Nov 16, 2014

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Our day today was spent downtown visiting the Santa Catalina Monastery. It has a reputation of being a City within the City and it certainly was big and interesting. Founded in 1579 as a Dominican order it catered to rich and famous families that wanted their daughter to become a Nun. Cost of entry? Equivalent to today - $150,000.
Ate at another Peruvian Restaurant - Chile Reyano that was extra spicy and headed back to sleep
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Arequipa

A travel blog entry by canalannie on Sep 16, 2014

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... block in the town, it was more like its own village, with streets named after Spanish towns snaking around the complex. We toured around the old convent which had been constructed during the 17th century, families would encourage a daughter to join the convent, it was thought to bring good luck to the family; in the early days, families would have to pay for their daughters to join the convent, and often the girl would bring their own servants, so much for the poor nuns, however ...

Shopping day / 14 Peruvian Girls=Texas Goat Rodeo

A travel blog entry by connieeasley on Aug 06, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

Herding 14 girls from age 3 to 18 through the crowded cobblestone streets of Arequipa, trying not to lose even one is seriously like herding goats in a rodeo corral. Impossible! Scary doesn't even describe it. And the youngest one, Alejandra, is new to the home....and she loves to escape. And she is so darn cute! Add to her, our regular Dulce Maria (Sweet Maria, age 5), who is also afraid of NOTHING, and I truly should have bought rope and ...

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