El EQUECO (Dios de la prosperidad y abundancia) para los países andinos es el representante de la riqueza y la prosperidad para los negocios y el hogar
Cuenta la Leyenda que era un campesino muy trabajador que comerció y trabajó tanto que hizo muchísimo dinero y que después lo cargaba en su espalda junto a todas sus posesiones.
Para poder seguir trabajando y ganar más dinero estaba f umando constantemente por tanto si quieres que te cumpla un deseo tienes que colgarle la cosa que deseas y darle un cigarro
The EQUECO (God of the abundance and the prosperity) for the andean culture , represents the richness and prosperity on the business and at home
The legend says That he was a peasant that worked very hard and traded and worked so much that he did a lot of money and that he was taking it all over him with all his belongings.
In order to keep on working and getting more money , he was constantly smoking and for this reason if you want that he gives you a wish you must hang on him the wished thing and give a cigarette
La Posada del Puente Restaurant
This restaurant, one of the fanciest in town, belongs to La Posada del Puente hotel, but it is open to all public. It has a great location (next to river Chili, with an outstanding view of Misti volcano), its menu is variated (you can find from local dishes like chupe de camarones and queso helado to vegetarian and international food) and its ambiance is neat, with half of the tables under roof and the other half in the gardens, next to the river. At night, candles are lighted up in all tables and a pianoman performs during the weekends. It prepares the most delicious "queso helado" that I've tried. "Queso helado" is a typical Arequipean dessert consisting of iced milk previosly boiled and seasoned with vanilla, some coconut and a yolk. It's decorated with cinammon
Visit the Cathedral
Le Catedral is a beautiful enormous church bordering one of the sides of the Plaza de Armas. It houses one of the largest organs in all of South America. During Easter Holy Week, many holy parades start and end here. It is not open the entire day, so make sure you check what hours it is open.
Colca Canyon - Cruz del Condor
After the night in Chivay, we got up early and headed for Cruz del Condor. There wasnt anything when we arrived, but at around 9 o'clock a few (4, I think) started to show up and glided around.
I think the pattern goes like this, please correct me if you find them to be false.
The male condor has black feathers, female has brown feather, and infant's feather is black/brown and white.
The city of the Lost Peru - La Cite du Perou Perdu
"Plaza de Armas - Arequipa"
Very beautiful, im my opinion...
Vraiment jolie, selon moi...
For the second time, the Cathedral and the main Church, that, gatehered like this, seem to be a one and only house of God...
Une seconde photo de la Cathedrale et de la principale Eglise de la ville dont les facades unies les font apparaitre comme une seule et unique maison de Dieu...
One of the main cloisters of the city
L'un des principaux cloitres de la ville
A glimpse on the surroundings mountains...
Un apercu des montagnes environnantes...
For once, a peruvian potery does not lie about the average size of the local ***...
Pour une fois qu'une poterie peruvienne ne ment pas sur la longueur du sexe moyen local...
That is my friend ST Matthew
Mon pote Matthieu, c'est un Saint, je l'avais toujours su...