Buena Vista Hostal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... trip. We also go see a local football match, which is a total fiesta. Salsa rhythms are played and chants sung throughout the match no stopping even for Half time. It seems to be more about the party than the actual football. Next we go up to Santa Marta which is basically a town where everyone bases themselves and leaves there big bags so they can go explore the northern coast of Columbia So we leave our big bags in a hostel an set off up the coast for a week or ...
... walls and then the bright blue that is also used on walls, stairs and courtyards.
With Pope Paul many things changed and nuns currently wanting to join the community no longer have to pay.
Arlin had real good reviews of a restaurant that we tried for dinner, but it was probably one of the worst meals we had in the whole of South America! We need to critique it on Trip Adviser!
I moved to the new hostel this morning ('Friendly Backpacker AQP') and sat on the terrace with Jale for a while while she played her ukulele. I had a lazy afternoon lying in the hammock reading my book and went to the supermarket to buy wine ...
... closed off, but most of the old cells and kitchens and churches and dining areas are all open for visitors to walk through. It was already cool in the light as we explored the narrow streets, but it became incredibly romantic when the sun dropped. They put candles in almost every room, which both allowed us to see the nuns’ cells as well as creating a nice mood as we wandered. The whole experience was definitely the highlight of Arequipa. ...
... square, the plaza de armas that we realised how beautiful the centre is. One side has the most beautiful church, all lit up at night it was stunning and the other 3 sides have long white buildings with arches lining the street and a walkway underneath them with tour agencies or souvenir shops. The plaza itself has well manicured gardens and a giant central fountain. We walked inside the church and found it to be quite simple in design with an alter at one end and a ...