ViaVia Cafe Ayacucho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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Very creative, nice staff, central location, beautiful restaurant.
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... made from floral foam, covered in flowers, for birthdays and anniversaries. This was a strange concept for me as I would have only made these for funerals. The mini bus I took on to Pisco early the next morning was much more luxurious than the last, with comfy leather seats and a slower driver thank ...
Despite all the partying around me until the wee small hours, managed to sleep OK and have a lie in, but then had to face the chores – finding a bank that would let me withdraw dosh and coming up with an alternative backup method as my SD drive is not working.
Tried to get a new T shirt as mine is worn through, but nothing remotely suitable – the taste here is for awful slogans, synthetic fabric, or ...
... in the United States (reference maps: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayacucho_ Region). In the Ayacucho Region is 72.5% of people live below the poverty level, which is well above the Peruvian national poverty rate of 31.3%. As a point of reference, the poorest state in the United States is Mississippi with 21.6% of households below poverty level (TN is 16.9% according to US Census Bureau: http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/index. html).
... let alone through the thick mud, uphill. We finally made it passed the road block area for the roadworks and knew that we would be able to continue the next day whenever we were ready, and so quickly found a simple room to stay the night in. Thankfully the owner didn't seem to care that we were both covered in mud, as were our bags and bikes. I expect the locals have gotten used to everything being muddy whilst the new road is ...
... the ridge of the mountains. We had hoped to descend down to find somewhere to camp but as the last light was fading we found somewhere to camp along the ridge. As the clouds lingered at that level, we knew that we may be in for a cold, wet night but we had little other choice. We found a flat(ish) camp spot that was hidden from the road and set up camp for the night. We were both quite exhausted and it was only day one.