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... your average cat or dog, but none of us could figure out what it might’ve been. It was probably better that way.
What goes down must come up, or something like that, and the only way we were getting back out of the canyon was to hike back up it. As a severely unfit 29 year old, although funnily enough now the 2nd youngest in our group, the prospect of walking up a series of snaking, steep, rubbly slopes for possibly the next 3 ...
... if nothing else the incident would be logged with them if I faced any issues down the line - and attached the picture. The embassy came back pretty quickly to me and said they thought it was just a routine check but put me in touch with the local consulate. Francis, from the consulate, offered to come to the hostel over the weekend for a face-to-face chat and to help settle our worries which I thought was very kind, however as I was heading to Colca Canyon at ...
very good and as we were the only two people on the tour who couldn’t speak
Spanish it felt a bit like we had our own personal guide. We stopped at the
country house of one of the leading early Spanish colonists who had a son who
had Down’s syndrome so because of his public shame he built this house away
from public life. It was a very lovely traditional Spanish house with the
traditional colour ...
... activities. What we did do, however, was enjoy a day of surprising culture and a rare civilised dinner in a nice restaurant.
What we did
So, I have already foreshadowed that this might not be the most interesting post of the trip - there's aonly so much you can say about visits to an old convent, a museum of Andean culture, a nice meal and wandering around (yet another) nice colonial town - but I will
do my best to make it at ...
... being the malaria dance. The next morning was an early start as we were off visiting a couple of villages on the way too Condor point in the Colca Canyon. We got there right on time to witness many condors riding the thermals. We then took in an hour long walk through the canyon, the deepest in the world. It was then time for a long ride back through the mountains to Arequipa for the evening. The next morning we were flying to ...