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Off the beaten track for the Fiftyplus – Arequipa, Peru by K.J.S.Chatrath

Arequipa is the second most important city in Peru after Lima. It is situated at an elevation of  about 7,000 ft above sea level and has a population around one million.

Here are a few photographs taken by me in the modest but sensitively done up hotel where I stayed for a night.

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The inner courtyard-what a lovely use of blue!

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A tiny park at the end of the street.

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Chewing of coca leaves is almost universal.

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A hostel nearby with an unusual name.

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An old grinding stone in the Backyard of the hotel.

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An inner passage in the hotel. Really cool!

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Looks so very natural, no?

More on Arequipa will come on this website soon.

Text and photographs by K.J.S.Chatrath

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2 Responses to “Off the beaten track for the Fiftyplus – Arequipa, Peru by K.J.S.Chatrath”

  1. Jitendra Kumar. says:

    always very nice to read your posts .Lazy in posting comments. pl excuse and keep up the good work ..Thanks.

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