Casa Andina Private Collection Arequipa
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Fascinating hotel that has great courtyards.
Rooms are big with king size beds and baths. Very clean
Staff are incredibly friendly and helpful.
Situated right in the middle of town yet it seems very quite
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...so we said our goodbyes, and swapped email addresses, checked in and collected our Galapagos passport stamps. I then sat down (in the executive lounge no less) and awaited a flight to back to the mainland. The schedule was very tight - fly into Guayaquil, collect bags, and then check in for the next flight for Lima which was due to …
... who do need the docs and a finger print in most cases -bizarre!). So in we hop into a 6person plane and the moment we get into the air, the plane can barely fly level due to its size and my stomach gives a warning lurch. Since we started this trip I seem to get sick on buses which sway too much so I thought it was just warning shots. As we approached the whale lines, the plane tipped to the right for all us right hand passengers to have a 'perfect photo opportunity' and ...
... drowns. On the final day, Huanchaco is in celebration of approval into the World Surfing Reserves list next to the likes of Malibu Beach in California and Freshwater Beach in Australia. The beach host a ceremony with a performance from dancing horses, reincarnations of Inca legends and the making of a Caballitos de Totora which is taken into the surf by a local surfer who symbolically uses the traditional fishing boat to catch a wave. Proud locals stand and watch with tears ...
... a vivid pink.
There are dozens of churchs in Arequipa and we visit but a few of them, all are worth a look but the most spectacular of all is the famed Monasteria de Santa Catalina which is in effect a city within a city. It occupies a whole block just north of the Plaza de Armas.
There are swarms of guides hovering around the entrance all eager to show visitors around but we decide it would be more fun to wander around alone ( and listening to a few of the ...