Hostal la Cuesta de Cayma
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... serving Peruvian fusion using local and sustainable foods from the surrounding ocean, altiplano highlands and jungle. An extensive menu to muse over and Marg settles for the red quinoa salad with avocado, prawns, fresh figs, peas, mint and a fresh herb emulsion. Apparently I'm still carnivorous and opt for the
" triage of carne " that includes tenderloin medallions of alpaca, beef (res) and pork ( cerdo) . These sizzling beauties on the lava stone ...
... me your money). The tour went on until 6pm and it finished with us getting a small pisco sour for free from a bar. We made sure we tipped this guide and didn't disappear off like a few times previously. This evening we just got our things together and checked out tonight because our trek guide picks us up at 3am in the morning! Another early ...
... that in the 1800's the second child had to become a Nun when there twelve. This was for the rich families only. I had a great day.
BY: Owen Carlton
The monastery was really cool. I learned a bolt the water system. I got to play in it. I also learned a bolt nuns. Nuns wear funny clothes.
At the hotel I did the tripod in the garden. We played hide and seek in the hotel.
After a nice
breakfast at the hostel we walked down to the main plaza for our city
orientation tour. There were about 4 different bus companies of differing
colours all doing the same route sometimes in a conga line. This was a 4 hour
tour which mainly highlighted the outlying areas of the city. We stopped at a
nearby lookout for great views of the town and the surrounding snow-capped
mountain peaks. The ...
... the kind of experience that you know you would love to do more of in your home town but you never do. Once the cafes
started to open we headed off for a breakfast of delicious French crepes (the first indication of a heavy and inexplicable French presence in the South of Peru and Bolivia), then we went to the Museo Santuarios Andinos, which was predominantly about the archealogical finds around
the volcanoes encircling Arequipa, including the ...