Hostal La Casa de Margott
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... after. I cooked pasta and had red wine and chatted to the other guys then Jale, Liza (German), John (US) and Jong (South Korea) went to a bar nearby with good music. Jale and Liza had drunk a lot of rum before leaving so we're quite drunk by the ...
It's been three and a half years since I left Vancouver (this time around). Now it's time to take the next step and open my own place.
Here we go! 1st Vegan sushi bar in Peru!
By the way, I'll have lot's of competition. There are a dozen vegetarian restaurants in town offering set lunches for $3. And some of the overpriced touristy places have vegetarian options.
I woke up this morning at 5am on the bus and realized that we were almost in Arequipa already. This bus must have been flying! I got to the Terminal at 5:30am and hopped in a taxi to go to my hostel. Even though I arrived there at 5:45am, they let me into my room and I was able to take a nap for a couple of hours. The hostel (Hostal Roma Continental) is pretty bad. It’s only $7 a night for a single room, and it’s in a ...
... a round, all a little weird. 2:30am rolled around way too quickly and it was a struggle to shove down our breakfast of fruit and yoghurt. At just after 3:00 our bus arrived and we were off to try and see the condors. We stopped in the town of Chivay for a quick breakfast and then joined the multitudes to await the show. The condors are part of the vulture family and grow to about 1.20 meters tall and have a wing span of 3.00 meters. At first there was around half a ...
Altitude: 2350 Inhabitants: 890,000City which means "Yes, stay!" in the Quechua language stands at an altitude of 2350 metres at the foot of the Misti volcano. Arequipa is known as 'The White City' because of the architecture, that is built out of white volcanic stone. Monastries, churches and buildings dating from the colonial period may be discovered and therefore it is no wonder that the UNESCO nominated Arequipa World Cultural Heritage classification. Its origin dates ...