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Day 04 - Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - Walking Tour of Arequipa; Santa Catalina Monastery; San Camilo Market; Plaza de Armas; Dinner on Our Own Arequipa Altitude: 2,335 m (7,661 ft) We had a leisurely breakfast and then met our group at 9:00 to join Beatriz, our local guide for a walk around Arequipa. She spent the first few minutes telling us about the history of the city and ...
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Vic and Gennie Garcia are retired school teachers who are now traveling the globe. They have been all over the world including Africa, Europe, Asia, and The Americas. They keep a daily journal for each trip they go on, and this site is where you can read each journal and view the pictures of the day!

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