Casa Andina Classic - Chincha Sausal
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... boxes where you can sit on or in, or using mobile little chests. But only during the day. Peak hours of people crowding the plazas vary from country to country. Here in Peru it is from six to eight, but in Buenos Aires it only started at nine pm. The plazas are full of people walking, playing, scating, and sitting on numerous benches. They seem to love eachothers presence. There are mothers with their little girls dressed in pink, riding a little pink bicycle. ...
... to a bar. We asked for kareoke and they let us use the microphones or a band that were going to play later. The band were clearly impressed with my singing and invited me to sing with them (ha) and then we danced a lot of salsa, played the pan pipes and had one of the best nights! I won't forget it. Pisco sours are also my new favourite cocktail. We got in at around 2.30am and cooked a fry up for everyone, which went down a ...
... uninspiring sales pitches we sat through while watching slideshows of wildlife photos found on Google images. Luckily we found out about an eco-company that ran authentic tours with Amazonian guides, but we’d heard the owner was tough businessman who drove a hard bargain – bad news for our budget. I managed to break the ice by getting him to give me a lift on the back of his black batmobile motorbike to go and pick up my laundry. We ...
... coming from a night-club adjacent to the hotel, and when we arrived in the dining room for breakfast the rest of our party were talking/complaining about it as well. Apparently the hotel’s karaoke went on until 3.00am, and the disco music took up where the karaoke left off. Rosario, our guide, explained that today was “Mothers’ Day” in Peru, and the disco was part of the celebrations. Hmmm… how many ...
... of anchovies and other small fish in the surrounding water. There are so many birds on the islands that every 7 years workers go to islands to chip off all the guano, 5000 tonnes of it, and ship it back to the main land for fertilizer as it is one of the best sources of phosphorous which makes it pretty much white, smelly gold.
Afterward we took a taxi back to the highway and jumped on a bus to Lima. ...