Hostal Arequipa Suites Plaza
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... one side, a fountain and lots of pigeons. You can buy some seeds and the children love to feed the pigeons. The other three sides of the plaza have arcades, under which, many restaurants and tourist information - souvenir shops, like in Cusco. But once you take a side street, you just follow old walls and see lovely facades, and discover a nice old city.
I visited the “monasterio of Santa Catalina”, such a lovely ...
... the season of the falcon. I complained a little and gave a note to the agency on our way back.lol.
The walk was easy but we had to rush because our guide wanted to avoid the rain.
The next day, the way up was harder, we did it in 1h20, an excellent time from our guide's point of view.
We slept in the oasis of the Canyon, our hostal called "Tropical Hostal" had a swimming pool so you ...
... the local church having a celebration, there were loads of people all piling out of the church. We stopped to try and figure out the occasion, but next minute we were face to face with a massive firework display right in the church's grounds. There are clearly no firework safety rules in Peru, as catherine wheels spun round and lifted in to the air, moments later bombing down into the crowd. Me and Kam hid in a shop doorway with a couple of old ladies who seemed to be ...
... food was cold. I gave some money to a couple of old beggars sitting outside the restaurant. They were the worst i had ever seen. Filthy and when they walked it just looked painful. They looked as though they were about to die. The lady from the restaurant gave them the leftovers from lunch.
... serving pre-Incan cuisine cooked using authentic recipes and methods. The owner showed us round the kitchen and took us up to the roof terrace to see the views which overlooked the main square. I had Alpaca tenderloin which was delicious and Tony had smoked duck, I also tried a Pisco Sour, (I couldn't come to Peru and not have one!) it was quite nice but I won't be rushing to have another.
Tomorrrow we catch our flight to Cusco!