La Fuente Arequipena
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... mirrors fell off and there was some discussion as to whether we could continue. Finally, a woman tried to cross the road in front of the coach and the driver had to swerve violently to avoid her. Eventually we came to a section which climbed over the mountains, winding up and down and round and round with lots of tight bends. It took over an hour to cross this section so it was quite scary.
After the delay caused by the mirror, we ate ...
... 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 ...
... with all the food at one end of the table, and everyone was uncoordinated, so things didn't make their way up the table. It wasn't just us who were tired and feeling the altitude once again. We stopped to admire the terraces, put in place by the Incas, and Jayna stroked a baby alpaca, which was very soft. We stopped into the church at Chivay, and took in the surrounding stalls, which included a Chilean Blue Eagle which swiftly ended up on ...
... me. Breakfast couldn’t have come soon enough, as our guide had advised that we wait until AFTER the hike to eat. Most of the remainder of the day, aside from the much needed thermal baths – despite the fact that it looked like a shabby local swimming pool – was a bit touristy and disappointing, stopping here there and everywhere for ‘photo opps’ at notable places nearby. In the end, I couldn’t wait to get back to the ...
... used him as a taxi (not to be confused as a "Tata Taxi") to downtown Arequipa. Saved me $3. Hey, I wanted a win here!
My first stop was Starbucks. Needed a fix. You can always count on one thing from home. Even the pastries are the same. How do you think they pull that off? Same coffee, chai tea latte, same green tea, same croissants....all the stuff the same. Only Starbucks could figure that out. And, they have ...