Hostal La Casa Blanca
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... offering a brief respite from the outside world and a unique view into a by-gone way of life. Spectacular mountains surround Arequipa, the most famous of which is El Misti Volcano, at 5822 m (19096 ft) and with a beautiful snow-capped peak.
Day 90 - Thurs. 26th. Feb.
6 o'clock start for the long stretch to Arequipa. The Pan American Highway took us along some pretty boring long stretches of ...
Going to bed at 6am today there not going to be much of a story to tell... I woke up about 11:30am, missing the free breakfast. So Ryan and I dragged ourselves along the 3 blocks it took to get to KFC. I then went back to be for another good few hours before waking up to get ice cream from Burger King and then booking a bus to Puno for tomorrow. We watched a film called 'John Wick' in the TV room before I went back to bed again. I barely could stay awake all day. An exciting day I ...
... or go somewhere remotely under lit you will be relieved of all your possessions. As it turned out we were fine and managed to check into our hostel unmolested.
That afternoon we did a good walking tour and learned some Peruvian history, it was interesting and Arequipa is a nice city with cobbled streets and is known as they gateway to the Colca canyon. We had looked at doing Colca and but after a few people gave us the 'you could probably skip it' line we thought we ...
After a lovely 10 days in Lima, we were excited to make our way down along the Peruvian coast with Peru Hop (a company that organises buses, hostels and excursions). The plan was to make it from Lima to Cusco in a week with lots of places and activities packed in along the way. Our tour started off well enough, our guide named Paulo was friendly and efficient while making us all feel at ease. We visited the war monument to the unknown soldiers on a hill on the edge of Lima. This was for ...
... We were able to walk through the local San Franciscan convent and leant what it was like for the sisters back in the day. We then walked through the streets stopping to look at a few things before hitting the main town square and the end of our city tour. It was then time to head back to the hotel for a quick rest before heading out to get some dinner. If we all thought lunch was amazing, the food at dinner blew us out ...