Hostal La Casa Blanca
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... example of
the Andean/Baroque style of architecture that the Jesuits used to attract the
Andeans to Catholicism. The walls and
columns were covered with Andean symbols of grapes, puma, corn, pineapples and
more, and really represented a mixture of the two cultures. The painting of the last supper in the
interior of the church was another example of the combining of the two cultures
... managed to negotiate a special price of 130 soles so I went with exactly 131 soles in my wallet. This meant that when negotiations were stuck at 140 I emptied my wallet in a "take it or leave it" offer. Thankfully they accepted and I had my ticket. Back at the restaurant it turned out the menu of the day was 5 courses, of which the first was on,y just being served so I was able to join the group on the roof terrace and eat with them... At the expense if the walking tour. ...
... hotel, and so I sit here tonight, on the very soft bed, with the very soft sheets, and preparing to go down the marble steps to the luxury restaurant, past the nice wine rack (of which I could be forced to choose a bottle....sorry Martha), and then come back and soak in my big bathtub. I love my Bed and Breakfast, but I also love luxury. So, I've compromised today!
It was hard to ...
On arriving to Arequipa after a ten hour bus journey, Søren and I headed to Wild Rover hostel which we booked the day before. It was only seven in the morning, so we grabbed some breakfast at the hostel before heading out to explore the city. We decided to head for a hostel called Bothy and once found were suitably impressed by the comfortable and chilled out environment that we booked a four person room for ...
Hello from Copacabana, Bolivia! Cusco already seems like a very long time ago as I am in full swing of the "real adventure"! We left Cusco on Friday night ready to head to Arequipa. After a long journey of listening to endless snoring and bad Peruvian music we eventually arrived in Arequipa early morning. Arequipa is beautiful, in a very different way to Cusco. The plaza is one of the most beautiful I have ever seen - I had to ...