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... to continue to use the site in conjunction with the Incas. We saw a number of buildings, including pyramids and temples along with common buildings. The original culture (like many ancient cultures in the area) were masters of irrigation, allowing them to live and grow what they needed in the desert - pretty incredible. A kind of constructed oasis was evident still in the ruins. The massive sun temple (constructed by the Incas) was particularly ...
... literally like a virtual encyclopedia of them. I was surprised about how much He knew about my country more than me that I was curious and I decided to join him in the trip. We started the first hike called “Churup” at 4450meters over the sea. And gosh! There the trekking and I felt in love. We got the most incredible sunny lunch in the middle of somewhere in the mountains just listening the sound of the water and birds, ...
... old drunk but nice peruvians strike a conversation with Charlotte. She’s not impressed but the kids find it funny. The hightlight of the museum is a mummy that was discovered in the volcano that surrounds Arequipa. As promised we find a park, a patch of green, for the kids and play a game of football. It’s pretty intense with lots of drama and tears. I manage to save the day by keeping the score level, although Lewys had to sent off for unsporting behavior. In the evening we ...
Help Freddie finished his essay in the morning. Cooked beef for lunch. Wow meat tasted so good today. Watched champions league with Freddie. Plan to take paragliding. But the weather was not so nice. We took a walk along the water front and played bowling for half an hr. back home with juicy mango, piña and papaya. Tomorrow we are set for next place. Nazca for the ...
We both didn't wake up for breakfast, we were told it's served between 8.30 and 9.30am, I remember Bobbies alarm going off but we both fell back to sleep being pretty tired from traveling, the single beds in our room were pretty comfortable and although it gets cold at night we were well rugged up , I'd even taken to using my sleeping bag after all this time. We didn't get downstairs until around midday, we briefly met the mother of Carlos, she is a nurse and was heading off ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHQ Villa Hostel Lima
Hostel was very quiet until a group of americans arrived and took over the communial areas, no one explained this to us or apologised. The hostel was clean but our room was more basic than the pictures shown on the website and was just four drab walls a bunk bed and a chest of draws. The walls seemed paper thin as you could hear everything in our room (room 10). Although it was quiet on the evenings and sleeping was fine. The location is good and very safe with shops and banks nearby. The small buses are safe and very cheap even on the evening. The staff were helpful but there were no organised trips.
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