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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and there is meant to be egg too but they didn't put that in. It was really good. We the got back on the bus and then saw Some more views of these special fields, a bit like paddy fields in India they are called something special and I can't remember what the name is. I made the mistake of not writing the blog the same day and now I've forgotten everything. I will upload some pictures though and I'll try and remember the name of these fields that are really famous here. They have ...
... down. Lucky I stopped my fall using my elbow and saved the wine and iPad. I did mange to skid a few stairs down but didn't break the wine or the iPad, winning. Elbow has felt better though. We cook up dinner and sit down and relax. We crack open the Malbec not knowing what to expect and it's actually really nice. The wifi has been really battling today and we can hear others in the hostel not happy about it, before heading back to the room, having a ...
What a special trip!
We left Puno around 1 pm, and I have to admit, I was quite relieved to know I was heading for some lower altitude, which meant, less cold weather.I am ok with wearing sweaters and gloves, but I will never get used to houses that are not heated, not even a minimum! So, after three weeks in the cold, lets head for some more nice temperatures.
I had booked the bus the day before, so I could choose my seat: first ...
Arequipa is possibly the most beautiful city I visited in Peru. The drive was a lot of fun, we sang and danced and I have a new love for passion fruit. It's my new favourite fruit, which is a bit annoying as it's so expensive in England and hard to get a good one. When we arrived, we did boring jobs like getting money out and I was so hungry, so a few of us went for pizza, garlic bread and a pisco sour for pretty cheap. I then booked to trek colca ...
... back to Lima, so sadly I missed out on visiting Juanita. Once in Lima, I took a taxi to the bus terminal, where I'd booked an overnight bus to Trujillo. For those people who haven't taken buses in South America, they come as something of a surprise. For the princely sum of £30, I had a seat on a bus that was more luxurious than some business class flights I have been on! The seat is large, almost reclines fully and extremely comfortable. You have your own tv, get ...