Hostal El Pueblo
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... chins up, told each other it
wasn’t a big deal, then trooped off the plane and spent the next 2 ½ hours working with
an Alaska Air agent trying to rebook us on new connections. We dealt with the hassle calmly, staying polite throughout the entire
mind-numbing process and we reassured each other often that we’d come out
ahead, since Alaska gave us food vouchers for both the Portland and the LAX
airports, as well as issuing us $150 ...
... of him and his fish and agreed as though it was part of the job. A flock of pelicans flew by suggesting that the fisher was not the only one who knew there were fish to be had. A young couple had climbed the high sand bank behind the dunes. I couldn't resist invading their privacy by photographing them with the zoom feature of my camera. A touching scene that I hope doesn't get back to disapproving parents. We took a tuk-tuk ...
... my oats and mango whilst Aaron tucked into the free bread, ham, cheese and cereal buffet offered by the hostel. We know today is going to be quiet, so we sat there, ate slowly, read the news and drank a few coffees peacefully. We ran into another couple that we'd previously seen on the Peru hop buses back in Huacachina and have a chat to them about how their travels had been. They told us they had been stuck for 12 hours on the overnight bus because a river had flooded ...
... Arequipa) to take care of it and to arrange for her other daughter who lived next door to set us up on their WIFI network. She then, accompanied us by bus downtown to the historic district, got us oriented, and then we were on our own.
What a difference from Lima. Arequipa was founded in 1540 and is nicknamed the 'white city' because many of the buildings in the area are built of sillar, a white stone quarried from the many volcanoes that surround the city. ...
... le canyon le plus profond au monde avec 4.7km vers le point le plus bas, à un certain point de la montagne des condors magnifiques et qu'on trouve pas partout pesant jusqu'à 10 kg nous survolait. Des bêtes hors norme. From Puno we took a minibus that failed to kill us before arriving in Arequipa. Our driver was racing with another one to the point of just passing without even caring who's coming from the other side, all this in huge ...