Hostal Real San Felipe
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Real San Felipe Arequipa
nice, clean but no windows in room and you cant be large to fit in the bathroom
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... babies came not from a spiritual joining of a monk and a nun, but rather from the sex-hungry nuns copulating with various plumbers and doctors and chimney sweeps working in convent. Because Adam did not eat the apple, Eve did, and some things we cannot forget.
The next morning we did NOT meet the hopscotch champion of the world at breakfast, like we were hoping we would. We rallied, however.
We went out to the city square to watch ...
... before dinner I am catching up on the blogs as we have been really busy and last night was a late night but the Marriott did not give us free wifi.
The hotel we are staying at is a historical site which was renovated but the front and the reception are really nice. Also, I mentioned in a previous blog that this is the first time that APT tours are visiting Arequipa so we hopefully will be given a good ...
... arm and then head. We tipped the owner. It was very soft and tame.
The next stop was at the canyon, and we were spotting viscacha (Andes rabbits) along the way. There were three condors perched on a rock very close to the viewing areas. They are magnificent beasts, standing at over a metre tall and weighing up to 12 kilos. We waited until they flew, which they did, and enjoyed the swooping over and through the canyon. Later ...
... that proved to be more difficult to work out. (Tubes, rubbery rings, hooves(?) and jelly like substances) Having said that, we got a bit of help when we went to the local meat market the next day and decided that we had probably tried tripe and perhaps valves of some sort.
We visited some good small museums and saw some great photograpy including some showing Franciscan monks meeting Amazon tribes for the first time.
... and flew off his bike before crashing into a barrier. He was in a lot of pain, so we had to take him to the closest hospital in a small village called Cabanaconde. No guide effectively signalled the end of our tour. This meant no more opportunities to view the condors, and we also had to miss out a couple of other activities. The rest of our day was wasted in Cabanaconde while our driver went to and from the hospital and police station to ...