Dreams Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... window has the face of Lenin. And, finally, the magnificent Pipe Organ is
the 2nd largest in Peru.
We, then, visited the Monasterio Santa Catalina that had
been converted into lovely shops and little cafes but, again, illustrated the
Andean/Baroque style with its many columns and arches covered with symbols from
We had already visited the sites they would be going ...
... in reception... G and Rachel, along with others from the hostel, were just getting back from a club covered in face paint and G having a wound on her foot cleaned after standing on glass. They claimed to have waited up to say goodbye to me again... But as I'd seen and heard them just get back to the hostel it was more good timing! My bus arrived just after 3am and we set off, Alexandra still feeling the affects of the limbo completion but moving a hit better now at ...
... snow. Weird! With an altitude over somewhere around 8,500 ft., and the pure white ground, the sun is blistering. You get the sun from above and below. People who live up there get blistered eyes and they are so dark. It would probably be a great place to study skin cancer.
One thing I know is that in spite of strong sunblock, I came home looking like a tomato, and my face was ON FIRE! It was so sore from the sun. I was ...
I cannot believe I am sitting in a coffee shop in Arequipa on my last night of this 6 week adventure. I can't believe it has been 6 weeks. This town is beautiful and a great way to end it. I took the double decker site seeing tour bus yesterday and in my typical fashion for picking these buses, it was nothing short of terrible. Now I got to see a lot of Arequipa, but the driver I believe was in a rush to ...
... which were not so scarce when we first arrived. I must have seen about 8 of them and have never been so amazed by birds (that will make Poppa happy!). One of them even flew less than a few metres over my head! That night, despite being knackered, we headed over to Copacabana, Bolivia. The bus ride was long, and my friends laptop being stolen from under her feet while we were sleeping caused a lot of stress. But eventually ...