La Casa de Melgar Hostal
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Casa de Melgar Hostal Arequipa
Very comfortable, peaceful, beautiful place to stay and to photograph! I was ill and it was perfect for healing.
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... and cooked a healthy portion of spag bol (without the meat.. meats expensive for a traveller haha) before hitting the sack for an early night.
Half of our hostel and luckily 90% of our dorm were up at 2.30 am to get ready for various trips. Our trip consisted of a two day hike with one over night stay in the valley of the canyon. Others had opted for the three day version which was the same amount of walking but spread out (light weights).
In the lobby ...
... ask them words in Spanish and vice versa. We ended off the week with taking the kids to Dinosaur Park with all the volunteers. The trip was covered by two Dutch volunteers who fundraised at home. The younger kids almost seemed overwhelmed as we first stepped into the huge park filled with giant dinosaurs and playgrounds. Within 20 minutes or so they were all loving it. Even though we were only at the park for 3 hours every child was asleep on the 20 minute cab ride ...
... visited a huge monastery, where Frances accidentally interrupted some nuns in action by bursting through a locked door. It was fine though, they had no choice but to forgive us. Ended our day at what Lonely Planet described as the best restaurant in southern Peru, ZigZag. Where we had some awesome steak, including Alpaca, before heading back to our hostel to meet up with Kris, Chloe and Mads, who had caught ...
... ve been a good end to the day had I not been forced to head out and dance. The Temple is the hotspot of Cuscuenian night life. Very much like if you grew up in Durham or Wakefield, you know there is only ONE place that everyone goes to after a certain time and that, my friends, is Temple. Aside from the odiously loud music and the fact that the DJ repeated his song selection on more than one occasion, I enjoyed myself. Yet again, I was the boring English guy retiring early at 3:15am... ...