Buena Vista Hostal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... potatoes which were pretty hideous. We later explored a little and went to the big market. It was very similar to the one in Cusco so we didn't stay long. After sitting outside for a while some Peruvian woman started speaking to me and read passages of the bible, I had no idea what she was saying. Back to the hostel it was for another film. I just hung out here ...
... traffic around them. Walking around the square we saw a few men with typewriters tapping away on forms, asking our guide he tells us that they are employed by the bank to assist customers who do not have computers or maybe can not write as all forms have to be typed rather than written. The vast majority of the historical roads around the square were restaurants with balconies, the views across the town were amazing and made the climb to the top worth while. The most ...
... for an easy choice.Saturday 2nd August. Having had another sleepless night this time with a cold coming on , sore throat etc it was a slow day as we had to move rooms in the hostel so hung about till midday really when we visited 2 museums both hood. The first with pre Incan artefacts from local archeological digs nearby. It included excellent displays of ceramics , mummified bodies and textiles woven , all between 800 to 1400 AD. The second museum ...
... chunk of the day but if I wasn't sleeping I was probably getting sick. One of our leaders, Taylor, came into the room to see how I was feeling and I was sitting on my bed eating Pringles and crying. He went to a naturopath before coming down to guide the tours of Peru so he gave me some pills and grape seed extract to help me, and they did help, just not quite enough. There was a point yesterday where I would drink water and it didn't even have enough time ...
... br> Last night, we had plans to get together with one of Lila's friends who she had met while traveling and who happened to be in Arequipa. We decided to make the two girls dinner, and Lila had brought with her some pisco in a water bottle (it was sold that way--the pisco produced at really local places is usually bottled in recycled water or soda bottles. it was just as good as anything you'd find in a store, really). We grilled some ...