Hotel Libertador Arequipa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Call me spoiled....I am and I know it. But I have been staying in my usual boutique hotel, a beautiful home build in the mid 1800's with carved staircases and gorgeous mosaic floors. But, it is a boutique hotel with typical Peruvian beds and a small bathroom. It is owned by a lovely Dutch-Peruvian couple with a daughter who was about 8 when I …
... such as the trio of Inca animals... The snake (the underworld), the puma (the living) and the condor (the skies above)... These were all carved into the church's main facade. We then visited a beautiful complex of Jesuit courtyards, now home to cafés, restaurant and many an Alpaca wool shop (these shops basically take over Arequipa and most are VERY FANCY). Our guide took us to the Casa de Cultura to show us a geographical model of the surrounding mountains ...
... of the canyon, Jen and I decided on this option.
On day three we were up and ready to go by 5am to try and get the bulk of the ascent out of the canyon done by the sun came up. Headlamps on, we headed off. Unfortunately there were quite a few other people who had the same idea, and the trail soon became quite crowded. It ...
The anticipation had been building. Months of strenuous organization and planning culminating in one glorious moment. We found them, against all odds, across the other side of the world. Nad and Ash had battled the cold of Bolivia with no luggage to meet us! ...
... redundant for my 8 year old hands. -Befriending a young chap called Carlos. It subsequently materialised Carlos was a thief as he unilaterally abandoned an ongoing football match and marched away with our ball. We didn't see Carlos again. -Informing Steff that he had been victorious in the competition he entered in Playdays magazine. Only to subsequently advise that it was an April fool. He cried. Upon returning home it materialised he had actually won the competition. ...