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Travel Blogs from Arequipa
... Canyon and stopped for a big group breakfast. The usual Pervian spread. Jam, bread and **** coffee or coco tea. Yum. What we would give for a bacon buttie and cup of breakfast tea! (We cant agree, Amie wants Tetley, I want Yorkshire)
Atleast the **** breakfast gave us a chance to be introduced to everyone. Our group consisted of a Dairy farmer from Essex; Matt, a Charity worker from London, Dave, a Swiss/American; Christa, and an Italian stallion, Andreas. Oh, ...
... around meeting the host's family and friends while having lots of wine and beer. We ate at about 10:30 pm with 15 of us in total. It was interesting to see what each person brought, including an Aussie with a cold potato salad (she was shocked to see people bring and eat hot food at Christmas dinner...it's summertime where she is from) and a man from Spain who made a garlic soup with pieces of bread in it. It was also funny to see each Peruvian drinking the sweet Peruvian wine and making ...
... 23.00. Really pleased with this hotel, was once used as a mint apparently, we are here for 2 nights. Restaurant tonight was again excellent and a kindly policeman helped us find it when he saw us looking at a map, he escorted us there and even stopped the traffic when we had to cross the road. Road users obey the police very quickly, but then they are armed! We are now at 2600 metres but will gradually go to 5000 metres!
Oh, and today was Fiona's birthday.
... And actually I got to see her! The real Ice Maiden in a refrigerator to keep her frozen. It was so cool but also sad that they sacrificed people back then! My mom didn’t go though. She doesn’t like things like that so she and a few people from the group went to a nearby park.
After the presentation was over we went to find the other group at the park, but they were already heading off to dinner, so we followed them.
... to tell us about the area during the trek. There were eight of us in our group and we began the very steep descent into the canyon at about 10am. Four hours later, with shaky legs and wobbly knees, we reached the bridge where we crossed the river and began the ascent up the other side of the canyon. It was hard work, especially in the heat of the sun, so we were grateful when Ivan announced we'd be stopping soon for lunch. We were even more overjoyed when ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services