25 thoughts on “Dulce luz

    1. It’s at 4000 meters of altitude Meri. Usually tourists from Europe suffer there due the lack of oxygen and the difference of presure, what gives to them (or even Peruvians from the coast) soroche (altitude headache). We the native have bigger lungs and much more red blood cells (what tint of red our cheeks) to live normally. I’m afraid that there you couldn’t think about the existence of a god (In Aymara culture we don’t have gods or even a word for god)

      1. I guess I could try to think about god, but it might be most difficult when I couldn’t breathe so well. It’s beautiful anyhoo! <3

  1. I love the color of the sky… light indigo skies, like a dash of ink somehow mixed with the blue. Makes the light look even sweeter. ^-^

    1. That’s a wonderful photograph, I have a similar hat, they were introduced by Englishmen in nineteenth century when they got contracts to build the trains. In some way seeing your portrait is like seeing a version of me in the future. : )

      1. Thank you – it was a lovely cosy cafe up a narrow stairwell; you’d never know it was upstairs. I absolutely loved Arequipa!
        Wonderful information and wow, such a wonderful comment from you, many thanks! :-)

  2. Beautiful landscape ~ so much to see in this world, and Arequipa is one of those wonders. I’ll be breaking the rules of physics by moving backwards in time checking out your posts, but a trip I definitely I look forward to taking :-) Wishing you well!

    1. A time machine to simpler times :D But those landscapes are older than us, in fact despite being at close 4000 meters of altitude there are fossils of little sea shells.

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