Hotel El Lago Estelar
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... within the next half an hour, but hopefully when Marga and I go back we'll have some more time. And finally it was time for my last bus to Arequipa! Yay! At the Bolivian (exit) border crossing one of the girls from France on my bus whom I was chatting to earlier realized that she doesn't have her green "exit" form for Bolivia. So while we went through the border crossings on both the Bolivian and Peruvian side, she got stuck on the Bolivian side. I was so worried about ...
ˇBienvenidos a Péru! Welcome to Péru! This is our first blog from Peru... Country number five of our South American travels... WOWZA. We are starting to rack 'em up now. So we had a fairly painless border crossing from Copacabana in Bolivia to Puno (the first big town in Peru, on the shores of Lake Titicaca)... But it wasn't completely without pain... It involved me typically getting annoyed at people's incompetency and Josh typically staying calm and rational... Getting ...
... were nice. When we were finished, we wandered back to the hotel with a few others to wait for our rooms and use the wifi. After we got our rooms, Greg and I headed over to the Museo Santuarios Andinos. We didn't have a lot of time. Ideally, you should watch a 20 minute video and then have a guided tour round the museum, but the English version of the video did not start for another 40 minutes. As there was a version in French in 20 minutes we decided to watch ...
... then bed.
But lo, waiting in the lobby for us (had she been there for
36 hours?) was our friend Luis’s sister, whose name is Roxanna. Luis lives in Hood River, but he was born in
Arequipa and his sister still lives here.
Small, well-groomed and exquisitely dressed, Roxanna is the perfect ambassador for Arequipa. She has lived in the city her whole life and
she loves it. She doesn’t speak English,
but she is ...
... truck for awhile to read. When we left, we opened up the roof seats on the truck. I sat up top and got some great views of the canyon and valley. On the way back to Chivay, we stopped a few places along the way for pictures and in a small village to look at the street vendors and the church. The guide also showed us a skull that had been bound and was now elongated. After a buffet lunch in Chivay, we began the drive ...