Hostal Arequipa Inn
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Great stay super sweet staff
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As I write this, the bus is pulling out of the station of Arequipa. I am sitting here, on two Imodiums, suffering from the common traveler's illness of an upset stomach. But let me go back to when we all had dinner together on the 12th.
We went to a delicious restaurant called 'Zig Zag', in Arequipa, which served very good meat. I had a …
It's been a couple of days and I am now in Arequipa (3358m). Let me catch you up on everything that has happened these last couple of days.
Sunday morning, I met Stephanie, Andrew, Darnell and Paula at breakfast. We set off soon thereafter and walked to the bus stop near the centre of Barranco. The buses in Lima have their own separate lane so …
From Nasca, it is another night bus to Arequipa, the second largest and most important city in Peru. Guarded by 3 volcanoes (El Misti, Chachani and Pichu Pichu) all higher than 5500m in altitude, the area is quite a hot spot for tectonic activity. Arequipa does, however use its location to its advantage, by collecting the volcanoes' white sillar …
As we spent a week in Arequipa, it definitely deserves reporting on. The hotel we stayed in was luxurious in comparison to the places we had stayed. Even it's own bathroom with boiling hot water., maid service everyday, the lot. Unfortunately I still didn't feel good at all. It felt like I was scared to go outside and had a massive pressure on my …
... built in this fashion, but LaPaz outstrips all of them. We found a central hostel, basic but with good amenities. Our couple of days here was mainly spent shopping and generally taking in the atmosphere. We wanted to ride the cable car, LaPaz's answer to the underground. From the main Plaza we found collectivos (shared taxis) advertising to take you to the cable car and we jumped aboard. Hmmm....we thought it would take us to the station at the lower end. Instead we climbed ...