Hotel Santa Rosa
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Ihulley stayed here on Sep 6, 2014 during their trip titled: Ian's South American Adventure.
I was greeted at my hostel by Lucas the dog who showed me to my room and carried my room key for me! I had lunch on the balcony of lovely restaurant overlooking the main square. The local white stone is used to make craft items and are sold around the town. I popped into a florist which sold teddy bears ...
Off sightseeing today.
Just three places to go.
If I was in a more awake mood last night I would have booked a trip to the Wari ruins for today.
Oh well, sleeping in a bed was sooooo good, and it's not that cold here.
First stop was Museo de Arte Popular. I think museum is a bit of a stretch, it's a dozen glass cases in a foyer. Just ...
... so grabbed a cab into town. First place didn't respond, 2nd had no wifi so ended up forking out over my normal budget for a nice place with a great garden. An Italian guy (I later discovered) from the bus turned up at the hostel and I bumped into him, an Italian woman and some Argentinians, but even so, there are so few tourists here that there still is some novelty value.
First port ...
... in the United States (reference maps: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayacucho_ Region). In the Ayacucho Region is 72.5% of people live below the poverty level, which is well above the Peruvian national poverty rate of 31.3%. As a point of reference, the poorest state in the United States is Mississippi with 21.6% of households below poverty level (TN is 16.9% according to US Census Bureau: http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/index. html).