La Fuente Arequipena
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... del Día', of which the first course was the famous Peruvian cuisine of 'Ceviche'... Raw fish cooked in acidic lemon and lime juice... It looks and sounds horrendous, but it actually tasted surprisingly good! So we had a good catch up with Simon before we had to go catch our night bus... Yes, we were finally going to Cusco! WOOHOO. The strike was finally over... We're coming for ya, Machu Picchu! Gracias Arequipa, it's been an absolute blast... Luckily, not a volcanic blast, eh!
... and braces held and the doctor was able to get to the trapped passengers. The tricky part was getting them out of the vehicle. The first man, we managed to get out without too much trouble, but the second was a but trickier. He had a broken leg and was losing blood. Emergency services had still not arrived and we did not have a stretcher. We had made a few makeshift stretchers for some of the other injured just with blankets, but this would not help this man, as we needed to ...
... and warmed up we had a great lunch of falafels and salads and a relaxing afternoon walking around downtown Arequipa, putting in our washing and of course doing more shopping. For dinner we found a tiny Italian restaurant and on the way back to our hostel we picked up some brekkie from the local supermarket for the next morning. Lots of love ...
... famed, I'm certain Brynhyfryd School's art department would have felt vindicated in the culminative mark of 35% that it attributed to me between years 7 and 9. My patience evaporated, just as it had done 16 years previous as I struggled to draw anything that remotely resembled a Puma King AstroTurf trainer. Well, this is a bit different, is a pre watershed version of my thoughts as I stood in a tightly packed microbus* winding through the city of Potosi, my brow and ...
Today we had a very nice breakfast in the sun on the terrace then went to town and joined the Countryside Tour on the open top bus. Open top but with a welcome canvas cover for shade. Although it's called a countryside tour it hardly leaves the outer reaches of the city and much of it is viewing things in 'suburbia'. Views of the city, parks and ...