La Maison Del Solar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... unsafe driving. Overtaking on blind corners at speed is common place. My other gripe with the country is the names that cafes use for their breakfasts, how can an egg in a bap be called a full American? I propose they just call it the Sonia breakfast in homage to this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2wLcWEL 04o We are currently in our bunks in our Arequipa hostel (Peru) recovering from a 3 day trek up and down the Colca Canyon. Rach got self diagnosed sunstroke and ...
... travel agent place of they would store it for us....sweet for a small tip and us arranging a taxi to the airport through them we left our bags in the back of this place.
The main square was beautiful and as with every main square we visited there was a beautiful church or Cathedral. Seeing as it was a Saturday afternoon it was not the typical touristy day, it was filled with local families enjoying the beautiful day. We wound or way through old buildings and squares ...
... We enjoyed strolling around in the sunshine (we were back in warm weather clothing at lower altitudes), taking pictures of the beautiful buildings and ruins (destroyed by earthquakes).
Whilst walking back into Yuanahara, Kate slipped in her sandals and had a very painful toe stubbing experience! It wasn't fun and at the time we thought the big toe nail had been ripped in half but it later turned out to by a crack in the nail varnish! It was still a bit bloody and incredibly ...
... bus and depart Arequipa around 0600. It's a long 12 hour or so trip to Cusco and so we do our best to get some sleep along the way as the sun is starting to rise and shine brightly through the windows. I have more luck than Leesh who is battling fatigue but just can't seal the deal with sleeping, which is unusual for her. We arrive at a quick breakfast stop but having packed our own food as usual, we stay in the bus and keep trying to sleep. A ...
... Ampato. the journey was estimated to have taken about 4 months on foot. once up there, there was a ceremony where she was given strong liquor that rendered her unconscious. she was then put into a hole with her knees drawn up and then coshed on the head, so she died more or less instantly. around her were other offerings of coca leaves, corn, little figurines etc. the exhibition was excellent and while it could be considered ghoulish (ok it is but it ...