Posada De San Juan
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... visible to oncoming vehicles. This option forced us perilously close to the notable drop, responsible for the death of 26 cyclists. 64km worth of pure concentration later and we had officially survived, as evidenced by our souvenir T shirts. As we relaxed with a cold one, the guide told us that we would be returning back to La Paz by ascending the death road as the alternative road was closed for maintenance. Fully aware that another minibus had gone over the edge only ...
... we hobbled slowly back up the hill. En route, Chris braved getting his hair cut in a local salon - good Spanish practice, and luckily he came out looking brilliant. Phew.
To numb Kate's toe pain, we then had a delightful lunch at a delightful fish restaurant, 'El Tío Dario'. We had been wanting to feast on some Peruvian cerviche and this seemed the perfect place to do so! We shared a plate of fish cerviche and a smaller, spicy 'leche de tigre' (tiger's milk), which ...
... town, the Plaza de Armas. It has a small water fountain statue in the middle of the surrounding trees and plants which sits in front of the massive cathedral, Basilica Catedal de Arequipa. We walked through the centre garden square amongst all the locals who were feeding the hundreds of pigeons who hang out there. We then moved down to the Iglesia de la Compania and admired the intricate details of the architecture. Having seen the two main cathedrals, we made ...
... student in 2007. They have to come back to Gallaudet in a few days, I totally forgot when?!?
We were signed about our experienced in Peru....within our limit 30 minutes because I was board on Nazca bus and they are going for Lima bus later. So I was feeling so good to talk the complete deaf signs.
departed at 9:30PM to Nazca for almost nine hours.
After a nice
breakfast at the hostel we walked down to the main plaza for our city
orientation tour. There were about 4 different bus companies of differing
colours all doing the same route sometimes in a conga line. This was a 4 hour
tour which mainly highlighted the outlying areas of the city. We stopped at a
nearby lookout for great views of the town and the surrounding snow-capped
mountain peaks. The ...