|Waterfall at Cataratas de Capua, Arequipa. See slide show: Relax and hike in Arequipa.|
By Morten Bruun Jensen
What to do as a foreigner living in Lima when Peruvians travel home to vote and you can’t get a decent pisco sour, chilcanito or chela in any of Lima’s bars and cafes? Well you, of course, take advantage to go out traveling, experience some culture and embrace new parts of this wonderful country.
A friend and I settled for Arequipa, a city I still hadn’t visited, allowing us to still follow the last hectic elections days in a big city so as to not completely lose out on a prominent, exiting, and maybe historical, event.→