Hostal la Cuesta de Cayma
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... and coming in to the hostel with me. The hostel didn't have change for a 50 either, but eventually they paid the taxi driver the 10 soles, and just told me that they will add it to my bill. I actually thought that was pretty kind of them! Since it was quite late by that stage I pretty much just dived straight into my bed in the dorm (after having to climb over another girl's suitcase - she clearly wasn't expecting anyone else to share the dorm with her that evening) and went to ...
... To make sure we get any necessary documents when entering a new country, to avoid getting bitten on the **** on the way out... Anyway, we had a painless entry into Peru and were back on the bus to Puno for a few more hours, driving past the serene sight of Lake Titicaca to our right. Oh... So there was another spanner thrown in the works... We had been planning on going to Cusco with the two Swedes, Hanna and Nora, and were going to change onto another bus once in ...
... is... a live frog is taken out of a tank and killed. Its organs are removed and cooked and then blended with lots of fruit and herbs and then you drink it. Greg was primed and ready, but unfortunately they stopped selling it at 11am so we were too late to sample it. Ricardo took Greg and I to lunch at a picanteria which was full of locals. We ordered rocoto relleno (a red pepper stuffed with mince meat with dauphinause potatoes on the side) and chupe de camarones ...
... to cry a little, because we
had plum run out of chins to keep up, but Roxanna, who wasn’t bothered in the
least, said something, and without further ado, a waiter took us to our table. (What did she say? We'll never know.) The dinner was fantastic; we dove right
into the Peru dining experience, sampling alpaca meat, quinoa, local wine, local beer,
and pisco sours.
“Now we’re, finally, ready for bed”, we ...
... Some of the objects weighed as much as 60 pounds in gold or silver. Nick then went down for a nap while the others went and toured the Monastery. Originally built in 1540, this old monastery was a maze of nuns rooms called "cells" and beautifully painted walls and gardens. It was quite peaceful only a couple blocks from the central square. ...