Hotel Natura Inn
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... jolted awake as soon as we had managed to fall asleep. When we decided to go to Arequipa we were drawn by the multiple outdoor and adventurous activities on offer: mountain biking, white water rafting, and climbing snow-capped mountain peaks, however, due to a combination of reasons, including lack of money and time, it not being the right time of year and us being absolutely knackered from one half decent night's sleep in a week, we did precisely none ...
... and super creepy.
The next day I went to Colca Canyon. Starting at 2:30am, my tour went 3 hours out to Colca valley were we visited the local villages. It just so happened that it was the holy day of Saint Anthony of Padua, so the streets and churches were filled with processions and marching bands. Making my way farther up, I ended up in Colca Canyon, in the famous Condor lookout. ...
... being the malaria dance. The next morning was an early start as we were off visiting a couple of villages on the way too Condor point in the Colca Canyon. We got there right on time to witness many condors riding the thermals. We then took in an hour long walk through the canyon, the deepest in the world. It was then time for a long ride back through the mountains to Arequipa for the evening. The next morning we were flying to ...
... 1995. This was the main reason we had stopped in Arequipa. Sadly we found out that she is on holiday for four months being restored, but we saw her friend. The museum was fascinating, they had a DVD about how the mummies were found and we saw clothing and artefacts that were on the trail up to the volcano and at the burial sites. Juanita is so well preserved that scientists could tell her diet and all manor of things from her body, she still has perfect organs, ...
... for our minibus half asleep with a three hour journey ahead of us. Our group of six were the last to be picked up which resulted in the short straw; we had to squeeze in the back. The guide introduced himself, David. He encouraged us to get some sleep and handed out pillows and blankets. HA! In the back of the bus almost sitting on our new chums laps, we felt every lump and bump in the unsurfaced roads. After being thrown about like rag dolls we arrived on the out skirts ...