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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Chivay. While we are away the hotel in Arequipa will store the bulk of the luggage and we will make do with a smallish rucksack that we have been carrying empty specially for this phase of the plan. The booking system for our seats was simple and direct: I was handed a printed copy of the seat plan and asked to write my name in the space corresponding to our desired seats. A handwritten receipt was created for each purchased seat and off we ...
... bags of puppies. They were the most adorable thing I've ever seen.
We found a nice cafe for lunch and then headed to the Monasteria Santa Catalina, which was huge and took us a few hours to go around. It was quite pretty but if I'm honest not hugely interesting. We looked at a few of the many churches and then went to Museo Santuarios Andinos where we saw the mummy of a 12 year old girl who ...
... Inca Trail to accommodate and feed people. They could also exchange goods like dry potatoes and meat from Cusco to fish from coast. After recent earthquakes the homes have been modernised and each family now has their own bathroom and kitchen. It is now classed as designated housing for middle and lower class and is cheaper to live in than other type of housing in downtown.
... the compound which is a city within a city is 70%25 tourist attraction and 30%25 remains for nuns which only amounts to about 25 of them. Some beautiful sights nonetheless!! We finished the tour with a wonderful lunch! Both Peter and I had a ceviche Classico and pisco sour(Peru's signature drink!! Look it up... It's like a margarita without tequila!) Great food!!! We spent ...
... to go with our hostel for convenience. We wandered around the main sqaure and the City Centre taking in all the sights. Amie had her picture taken with a lamb, and we got stared at by a local family who were having a picnic. They giggled and whispered. Amie said Hello they giggled even more. Oh to be a foreigner!
The start of the trip was 3am the following morning, so we hardly had time to recover from our over night bus ride. We grabbed some food from ...