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Even though we didn't get in to Arequipa until late night/early morning I was up early to get some well needed laundry done. After a pretty lazy morning we met up for a special lunch. My first taste of guinea pig meat. Not going to lie, it will also most probably be my last as well. It was ok, a bit greasy and really not much meat on it at all, but it's considered a delicacy here and you know, when in Rome... The next day on our way ...
... as you can glean from the name, we completely busted our budget). We stayed for 4 nights (we decided that it had to come from our "life budget" rather than the increasingly tight "travelling budget". It was totally worth it as we spent around 24 hours asleep in the first 2 nights. Lisa started getting sick after a few days but bore it so much better than Peter... With our Peruvian visas running out, we decided to go ahead and book a trek to Machu Picchu with one of the many ...
... the 2nd largest city with 2.5m people and is the jump off point into the Colca Canyon which is with 200km of the city. The Colca Canyon is 2 times as deep as the Grand Canyon and we will be heading there tomorrow for a 4 day hike.
We walked around the historic centre and enjoyed the sunshine in the main square. South Americans have an unhealthy love for flying rats (Pigeons) and love feeding them in ...
... I was now in awe at the beauty. Another lady who could tell I was longing to talk to God commented, “Here is your natural sanctuary, a perfect place for prayer.” She was right, it was gorgeous. Of course I didn’t have time to sit and chill with God, but we did exchange words over His majesty which surrounded me.
We were then guided to a lovely lunch spot. I tried guinea pig and another Peruvian cuisine. ...
... tour, paid photo with old Peruvian women holding lambs or alpacas, shoe cleaning, souvenirs, etc. Arequipa was a 9 hour bus trip south west from Cusco, and is the second largest and second most visited city in Peru. It is surrounded by 3 volcanos (only one is active), and is the base for visiting the Colca Canyon. We arrived early in the morning and after checking into our hotel we headed into the city and did the free walking tour. The highlight though would definitely be ...