Hostal La Casa Blanca
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... any liquids meant visiting that vile toilet! Ugh. So, apart from having a quick breakfast, I only ventured outside after noon - scandalous. :-) But the additional snooze (and lots of liquids) did help, and my headache subsided. First up I booked a tour to Colca Canyon for the following morning (leaving at 3am?!) to see the condors. I also realized that this must have been why my roommate disappeared in the middle of the night - she must have ...
... traditional foods and drinks. After a stroll through the market we headed back to the hotel via the spectacular central square. A little later Wendy took most of the group to the Michell Yarn museum situated in their disused factory.
We all gathered together at 5.30pm on the balcony for welcome drinks provided by the hotel. ...
... illegal alcohol and dance salsa. As Pablo said if there was a line of the law with legal on one side and illegal on the other - Columbians dance salsa back and forth on Either side. After Medellin we head to bogota and plan to meet our Cirque de Soleil friends from the boat. Simon, the nicest man in the world and stage manager for Cirque, sneaks us into the 4* hotel where Cirque are staying, and let's us stay in his hotel room!! That night we go to Cirquede ...
... damaged by another, the structure was rebuilt to its former state of holiness. We got to tap (quietly) her massive brass bells on the roof, the largest in South America. The organ came from Belgium, the pulpit from Spain (in five separate pieces).
Nearby was a monastery (Monasterio de Santa Carolina) almost two city blocks in size that housed many nuns until recent times when becoming a nun was less popular and financial problems set in. The closed ...
... stuffed crepe and had a Pisco sour. Arequipa as a city has a real cosmopolitan feel. The weather is warm in the day, chilly at night. There are many shops, bars and some international names. Yes, mc Donald's, Starbucks and KFC. The Plaza de Armes is quite large and surrounded by spectacular buildings. In the centre, Palm trees, very green grass and a pond. Unlike European cities feeding the pigeons is encouraged and you can hardly walk with them under your feet. There are ...