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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Texao Arequipa
10km buiten het stadscentrum. Zeer net. Gezellige zithoekjes.
We kunnen de huurwagen stallen binnen het hotelcomplex.
De kamer is pico bello in orde, we hebben zelfs een koelkast.
Er is TV en wifi. Een voortreffelijk eigen sanitair, met warm water.
Ontbijt is inbegrepen in de prijs.
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Woeste verhalen over wegbarricades, brandende autobanden en met stenen gooiende lelijkaards doen ons vrezen morgen niet in Arequipa te geraken. Nochtans staat dat op ons programma, en autisten halen alles uit de kast om daar niets aan te moeten wijzigen.
Ik sta op om 3u15 na gedroomd te hebben over een stukgegooide voorruit en …
... Incas made, but unfortunately no photos due to the artifacts being so delicate.
Sunday was our 2 year anniversary! No presents or cards, so a little different to normal anniversaries, but was amazing to spend the whole day together in such a wonderful city. The morning we spent looking around the monastery (which has nuns living in it) and then the afternoon we went on a free walking tour of the ...
After arriving in Arequippa after another long bus journey we got up at 5am to start our journey into the Colca Valley. The Colca Canyon in the Valley is twice as deep as the Grand Canyon, home to soaring Condors and little altered Inca traditions. The journey through the Valley was incredible, as we climbed higher and higher more than 5000 metres above sea level we saw snow capped mountains and a live smoking volcano. After a day ...
... waiting for the warm thermals to lift them into flight. The morning was quite overcast and after an hour of watching and waiting for some action a glimmer of sun appeared and suddenly the air was filled with magnificent flying condors, both adults and juveniles, literally over our heads. It was one of the many highlights of our trip. From there we made the return journey over the barren altiplano, and more alpaca and vurcuna sightings. It was bitterly cold ...
... the relief when I jumped in it after 6hours walk.
The oasis is very touristic but impressive to see it from the top of the mountain.
We were a group only of 5 people, it was great. We did the trek with Luke (Australia) and Mart (Holland). They were nice guys.
We agreed to see Mart again in Cusco as he was heading there to do the Machu Picchu. We thought that we could do again a trek together ...