Hotel El Lago Estelar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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We booked the 3 day Colca Canyon trek for tomorrow. Tom, Jale and I went for a walk, withdrew money and went to the supermarket. Tom and I later walked to a viewpoint where you can see a couple of the volcanoes surrounding Arequipa. Cooked dinner in the evening before an early night (3am start ...
... females and are coloured the same black and white. Young birds are brown. Walked for about an hour along the top of the canyon, where we spotted hummingbirds, larger than others I've seen. They were feasting on the bromeliads. Back on bus and wound our way back through the mountains. Stopped at a roadside spot for sandwiches for lunch and then on back to Arequipa for the ...
... jolted awake as soon as we had managed to fall asleep. When we decided to go to Arequipa we were drawn by the multiple outdoor and adventurous activities on offer: mountain biking, white water rafting, and climbing snow-capped mountain peaks, however, due to a combination of reasons, including lack of money and time, it not being the right time of year and us being absolutely knackered from one half decent night's sleep in a week, we did precisely none ...
... the table and us hurriedly leaving. We later arrived in Copacobana for some lunch before jumping on a 90 minute ferry ride to Isla del sol. Isla del sol is a magnificent island on the Bolivian side of lake titicaca. A 25 minute hike to our hotel (our guide told us it would take an hour, and then told us we were the quickest ever) gave us incredible views of the island, lake and mountains in the ...
... us into for lunch. He told us if we wanted to go and get sick for 5 Soles then it wasn't his fault, before accusing the Peruvian girl on our tour of leading us astray.
Over dinner in Arequipa that night we decided it probably wasn't a bad tour - the guide did know his stuff. Just that we were probably totally the wrong people to go on such a regimented tour. Maybe when we're 80 and fancy checking out Bognor Regis, but not now.