Hotel El Lago Estelar
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... history) it was done very tastefully. So tastefully in fact that you couldn't take pictures, not even surreptitiously.
also took a journey to the colca canyon from arequipa. drove along miles and miles of beautiful terraces that grow the multitude of crops that peru has. they have over 300 colours of corn (over 100 varieties), over 3300 varieties of potatoes (!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! some of which are poisonous - never though that the ...
... All the passengers went through the system with no problems. At the Bolivia side, get passport exit stamp, walk a couple of hundred yards to Peru, get entry stamps. The bus should have picked us up straight away, but it didn't drive across the border for another hour! I don't know where the rest of the time went, but we arrived very late in Puno for our bus change, boarded in a hurry, but then waited for another hour for it to leave. We should have hit Arequipa at seven ...
... glorious cloudless day with the volcanoes on vlear sight as we walked along the riverside and then up the hilly streets to Yanahuarra suburb and the lookout by San Juan Bautista church. The views across the city were good with the mountains as a backdrop. We walked back to town and then to Santa Teresa Carmelite monastery that is still afunctioning convent but opened up the main partsvas a museum along with the attatched church. Priceless 17th and ...
Our next stop onwards from Cusco was Arequipa! To me, this seemed like the most "normal" city, or maybe I'm just getting used to Latin American cities. Arequipa is pretty big, and again like in Cusco we only walked around the main squares and plazas, especially since we were only staying for a couple of days. We got to the hostel pretty early, so we hung around watching movies and snuggling with the resident kitten (so fluffy!) until they had room for ...
As I sit on a 6-hour bus ride between Puno and Arequipa in Peru, I figured I have plenty of spare time, so I should jot down a few observations that I have made during my time here so far. If you've been following anything that I've written or photos that I've uploaded, you'll know that I'm having the time of my life so far. There's just a few things that I need to get off my chest, hopefully in a way that's enjoyable to read (because it's certainly enjoyable to write). Here ...