Arequipa Hostel Tambo Viejo B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Arrrrr! Another place I wish I had more time to see! So many activities to do! A slight feel of a tourist farm but once you get past this it's so much fun. There is also the museo santuarios andinos where juanita the young girl sacrificed at the top of the ampato volcano chills (bad pun) still frozen in tact. She's ...
... in - sweetcorn, figs, avocado, apples, peaches, pears, tuna (fruit from cactus). During our walk we chatted to a few people, one who told us that she knows our dog and he regularly guides people up and down. We had noticed that he got a bit feisty at times with other people and towards the end of the walk we discovered that actually he wasn't such a nice dog and had apparently attacked one lady's daughter. After being nice to him for the whole time we felt a ...
... cakes (oh how I miss baking) Once that was over we strolled around the town looking for something to do, and came across a city bus tour. We haggled a discount, got them to take us to our hotel to get our cameras on the way and then started the tour. I don't really have a lot of say about the tour, it was pretty mundane, except for a Japanese tourist that kept taking our pictures which I didn't like, but she wasn't perturbed by the faces I was pulling. We had paid for a two ...
After a bumpy ride along Peru's highways and with a wee bit of sleep, I clamoured out of the bus station at some awful hour (was it 6.45am?) into ridiculously bright sunshine somewhere in suburban Arequipa. Day light savings, people!
Next I prayed for a legitimate taxi to pull up and whisk me away to my hotel. Thank goodness for small miracles!
For some reason, I expected the dryness of Cusco to be replaced by something more, err, lush. Wrong! Arequipa's surrounds are ...