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... The human sacrifices were between 8-16 years old and chosen due to their physical appearance and beauty from a young age. After great festivities and rituals, Juanita had to be put to sleep before a precise blow on her right eyebrow would cause her to die. We had a tour of museum, and saw different textiles and ceramics that were found as offerings around the grave. We then saw the mummy which was a little creepy but ...
... and many times being alone on the Inca Trail (the famous four-day hike to Machu Picchu) we dug in deep to what has been going on in our lives. And even as we saw ancient ruins and beautiful landscapes, I think we both just mostly loved our time together. It felt so easy and natural to be with an old friend after all this time, and I didn't realize how much I missed that sense of feeling known until the morning of her departure, when I ...
... for a little while and took in the view across the city. We also learned that in 2001, the bell tower we were playing on, fell through the roof and into the Cathedral. This was following an earthquake, narrowly missing a congregation of worshippers who had been in the cathedral just minutes earlier. Six people in the city were not so fortunate, and died from other things falling on them.
We had dinner with David and Jen in a ...
... plaza (of course, Plaza de Armas) is really beautiful and our hotel was right on the Plaza. All the buildings on the Plaza have upper balconies and arched walk ways - very attractive and at night beautifully lit up. Surrounding the town are at least three volcanoes, but when we arrived it was cloudy and we couldn't see them. It was also a lot cooler than Lima and for the first time since leaving home we dug to ...
Arriving in Arequipa, Peru's second largest city, at 5am was not ideal. Unfortunately there were no double rooms available in the wild rover so we were brought to an alternative location. We were told we couldn't check into our hostel till 11. Claire in particular was having none of this so we managed to check in at around 7:30 and slept for a few hours. The owner, Jose was very nice and ...