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So the flight over the Nazca Lines. To be honest I was kind of nervous, mainly because it was to be my first time in a small aircraft. You also hear loads of stories of planes crashing over the Nazca Lines so that got a little worrying, but the whole operation was very professional and four of us boarded our plane after a lengthy wait. The view over the lines was spectacular, but the way the pilot banked the plane to either side so that each of the ...
Hi everyone, Just checking in! Today we have arrived in Arequipa after a 13 hour bus ride! We arrived at 1am, all being so tired and fed up with uncomfortable seats and bus food. We arrived at our hostel safe and sound, just a bit dizzy from the altitude. Walking up and down stairs is a bit of a struggle! We hope everything is well at home, we are having an amazing time! Lots of love, WC Peru Team 1 ...
... gods, in this case Apu Ampato. After the festivities, she would have been given drugs to put her to sleep and then she was hit over the right eyebrow which caused her to die. She was placed in a grave, sitting somewhat in the fetal position, with different objects around her. She was not founded in the grave but about 100 metres below in he crater of the volcano. It is speculated that the earthquakes in the area caused her to be moved from her grave. Nevertheless, because she ...
... looks on our faces but he just kept chatting and smiling and laughing. It was a great conversation, I think! Driving out of the main area of the city through the sketchy parts of town in thick bumper to bumper traffic with no rhyme or reason. People wandering through the traffic, buses full and when I say full I mean packed like sardines full of people. We spent a lot of time at a stand still, I kind of got the vibe the driver was feeling a little uneasy. He was ...
... to Santa Catalina where they had to pay a dowry. It didn't sound like much fun!
In the main section of the monastery there are a number of roads named after Spanish cities, each lined with the nun's old houses. We learnt that before the reformation, many of nuns had servants tending to their needs! It sounded like a fairly luxurious existence. However, after the change, it became a much more humble existence, with the nuns then living, sleeping and cooking as a community.