Dreams Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... going slightly over budget! All us girls hope she had a fantastic birthday in such an unfamiliar place! Yesterday, we did an acclimatisation hike through rural Arequipa which was just beautiful! We got to see the huge mountains and loads of agriculture! We are leaving to Puno in a couple of hours, to prepare for our project! Lots of love, Team 1 P.S. MOST OF US GIRLS TRIED ALPACA STEAK FOR ...
We arrive in at 0500 and neither of us got great sleep. We are both pretty tired and hoping to check in quick. Hopes were killed off quick when we were told around 1200 for check in so we hit the common room and just hang our for a couple hours before going and seeing if we can snag a plate of breakfast. Was easy in the end and we just waltzed up to the bar, grabbed a plate and helped ourselves to the coffee, toast, ham and jam while I slammed some cereal ...
... seen inside of building)
6. Museo Arqueologico "Jose Maria Morante Maldonado" (2 soles)
7. La Compania Church and Clauatros
8. Plaza de Arms
9. La Arequipa Catedral
there have severals of attractions...I decided that's all for today...back to my room.
made the noodles soups!
... medicine that I have no idea what it is on a couple of times a day. The "big daddy one" on my arm where the head of the family feasted is still huge and red. Not loving that.
Saw lots of little green men today at the airport, and I will tell you that I was a nervous wreck until I got through immigration and on that plane. Geez! I now have a huge phobia against green fabric and Latin men wearing it.
Got to the airport early ...
... we had to do the night visit. We still arrived at 5 PM to see it in the light a little, and experience sunset there as well, and it was indeed magical. The convent dates from the 16th century, but has been expanded and added onto since then to make it a really spectacular place, with fruit-filled cloisters and maze-like streets. It’s basically its own little city inside the city. Nuns still live there in a small part ...