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- Continental Breakfast
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... in Cusco (with some, it felt like you were trying to buy something off the black market, not organise one of the most popular walks in the world!) We settled with one recommended by Peru Hop - more because they share an office than a testament to their services! So we're off to Machu Picchu on a Jungle Tour! A combination of biking, zip lining and lots and lots of hiking! Our next post should be about conquering the Jungle and making it to Machu Picchu, if we make it out alive. Peace ...
Being a middle child, I totally relate to Arequipa. Arequipa is the second largest city in Peru, and in spite of its awesomeness, it's constantly play second fiddle to Cusco. Being quite far south, it's often too far out of the way for most tourists, who tend to stick to the Lima-Cusco-Iquitos circuit. But, like most middle children, you shouldn't overlook this spectacular city. For a start, it's old. It was officially established in 1554, but it's indigenous history dates back to the ...
Spent a lazy morning on Ilsa del sol before catching a bus to La Paz. At one stage we had to get off the bus and get transported across the lake by boat. The bus came on a separate barge which looked like it would topple into the water at any minute. It was a pretty shirty day and we had to wait half an hour for the wind to drop so that the boats and barges could cross ...
the locals for a coffee, fried egg roll and a cheese roll for the princely sum
Splashed out for a 9.30 (faster) minibus back to Arequipa
and a 4s taxi from the bus station back to the hostel. Got to see the pass this time in daylight but very little snow left on the ground. Interesting to see all the apachetas (piles of stones) up there – people must have been creating them for centuries there were so ...
... the time. Our guide was incredibly knowledgeable about Arequipa's history, architecture, and culture, and he had a great sense of humor. Even though I had already done plenty of tours around Arequipa the last time I was here and also had been required to read many articles about its history, I learned some really interesting things and he introduced to more nooks and crannies of the city that are open to guests and don't cost a great deal. ...