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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Bolivar Arequipa
Bathroom not clean at all, looked like it had been more than a day or two...
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... of alcohol (96%) and dynamite. I purchased the alcohol for the miners and a face mask for myself. So despite showing utter negligence for the miners health and safety, I hadn't forgotten my own. As I reemerged into daylight after two hours spent down pit, my overriding emotion was one of relief. Without wanting to sound too much like a comic relief presenter, the conditions I had experienced were frightening. We were encouraged to help out by doing some shovelling, now ...
... roads and old stone houses painted in white, terracotta and a vibrant blue. In its hay day hundreds of nuns used to live there, but nowadays there are only 20 nuns who live in a separate area. We were shown around the area where the nuns in training had to spend 4 years with no contact with the outside world, before they then decided whether to leave the convent or stay for the rest of their lives. We were surprised that they were girls from very wealthy families that could afford to ...
... We're pretty wrecked and head back to our room after eating dinner and chatting to a few other travellers in the kitchen and head to bed. Early wake up for our 12hour bus ride to Cusco. But there's plenty of noise outside the room and it sounds like a toddler is throwing a tantrum for what feels like an hour. Both of us are really struggling to switch off and get some sleep which isn't good with our 0430 wake up tomorrow. We do our best and finally crash a bit ...
... jams with breads! Boring tasted!
The same routine in the city of, walked around and ******** photos. Nothing any planned today on 11th.
back to hotel and waitting til at 8PM. Decided to leave early to the bus station by taxi.
I glanced three deafs arrived in the Cruz del Sur VIP room. I just analyzing at them what were they talking about, ...
... carved structure made in Belgium and brought all
the way to here in the 19th century. We got a taxi from our hostel
and thanked the old lady who had been so helpful and travelled to the other
side of town to the bus station. There was one nervous moment in this journey
where we were caught in a very heavy traffic jam in a very narrow laneway and
there were a group of seedy looking men stopped just near our window. ...