A few churches, a climb up a very big hill.
The cerro was worth a visit, with a foresty hill climb punctuated by the stations of the cross, giving onto a very nice view at the top.
The covered market provided entertainment with unusual spices and fun llama merchandise.
Not much else to report.
Also – the food on Andesmar buses has taught me to splash out on an avodaco or something – the thing in the top right is chicken and egg pate. It tastes of jelly.