Hotel Casa Lola
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... people – touristy folk like us, but mostly locals enjoying a weekend day out. It was quite a long trip, so an ‘entertainer’ was provided to relieve the boredom. We weren’t quite reduced to conga-lining around the deck to ‘Viva Espana’ but is was a close thing! But the islands were interesting and we stopped at a beautiful beach which had the most amazing sandcastle we have ever seen! Definitely a highlight of the day. The ...
... our names and messaged Robbie to let him know! Breakfast was a lovely reunion but sadly very short lived as Leo had a very tight time schedule and was herself off to El Cocuy with a friend. We gave her as much advice as we could and said our goodbyes once more.
Next day, we travelled to our vineyard to begin our volunteer work, which is where we still are. The lovely Doctor Marco is treating us wonderfully - we sit down to delicious meals with the family ...
... dias. For 6USD, Rory and I both got soups and a huge plate of trout, chips, salad, rice, beans and fried plantain, all washed down with freshly made pineapple juice.
The following morning we found some gumboots and headed up to the main square for 7.30am. Along with five other travelers, we squeezed into a Willy. The Willy's are old US army jeeps that were sold to the Colombians. They are in pretty good condition and are used in place of taxis in the town. We drove for ...
... Tour of the walled city (old town). Charming little streets with a lot of shops and restaurants. Lots of balconies with flowers and greenery draping down. We enjoy the many stops and narration provided by our guide Caesar. Randy and I agree that at this point this is our very favorite port of call. We wish the ship could spend 3 days here instead of Lima. It's unfortunate that it is a holiday because ...
... she nodded and we were led up 3 flights of stairs. The terrace was amazing! And, we were the only ones up there. We left like VIPs. We didn’t care how much this was going to cost – it was worth it. The cool breeze on the terrace helped to dispel some of the mugginess of the night. And the view was spectacular. We laughed about all the poor sods who were sitting on the ground floor on the footpath around the square, being hassled by ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed