Andean South Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... brekkie, which was at half 7. It was still raining after breakfast so we were told to chill for another half hr. We were then told to wait until we were summoned (when the weather had calmed down) so played double pack rummy. After half an hr we were summoned but, upon being told we would see only monkeys (that we'd seen already in the rainforest) due to the weather, we decided to skip the 2hr walk and catch up on some much needed sleep. The others saw a female howler monkey with its ...
... candy. I don't want to give the impression that the area is well settled, but the path is very much in use by farmers from the local community who still use hand tools to work their land.
Did I mention that Mike and I are easily the oldest in our group? Just as I feared, I am the slow old lady. I still think I can do it, but being last hurts the confidence. It didn't help when David came over and told me that I can hire a second porter for the rest of the trip. It just ...
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I don't think this needs any explaining: Enjoy!
... and the cloud forest thinning as we went higher towards the highlands. Both ways on the train you are given a lite meal with drinks. And on the homeward trip we were treated to a fashion parade by the crew of alpaca garments and also a musical dance thing with a clown. Both were very well done. Arriving back at Poroy station was a nightmare. Hundreds of large and small buses and taxis everywhere. A complete fiasco. Luckily ...
Friday 29th August Our Bus picked us up for our two days in Colca Canyon at about 8.30. Just a little mini bus and it was full as a gogg. The old part of Arequipa is really quite pretty and well preserved, but driving into the outskirts it is just slums and rubble. Makes you appreciate how good we have it really there was not a blade of grass, a tree or even a bush to be seen anywhere. And that was the middle class ...