Hotel Libertador Arequipa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so much in Spanish, that I happened to hear English being spoken at the next table at dinner last night, and I got up and talked to them. It was music to my ears!
Tomorrow brings more shopping....for ME. And Friday I depart for my little expedition into Bolivia. I'm looking forward to that. I haven't been there before. So, it should be interesting. One more South American country in my repertoire!
See you again soon....right here.
... single bed together at the first opportunity - right next to me - so I did what anyone in my situation would do. I left my stinking walking boots at the foot of their bed to kill any romantic mood before they even considered any hanky-panky. On Day Two we trekked to a picturesque oasis at the foot of the canyon, via the waterfall which keeps the resort looking lush and green. We were able to spend the afternoon having a dip in the swimming pool and ...
... feet, we weren´t really focusing on what was going on around us. Suddenly David shrieked, we all stopped dead in our path. Looking up, we were astonished to see what we were hoping for... A Condure!! It was circling close above us, we all dived for our cameras hoping to get one decent snap between us. Yes thats right, the small compact camera grabbed the best picture of the condure in mid flight.
Excitement over, the trek continued in the midday heat. When we ...
... up eating at the restaurant that didn't serve cider but we found out where it was so Tim and I went and got some. I waited 100 days without cider and if I can help it, I'll never wait that long again!
Lunch was hilarious. I ordered grilled trout which was delicious but the skin tasted gross so I tempted Tim with a bite. He put the whole thing in his mouth and within a matter of seconds, threw up on the floor. Jenny was victim number two who by choice snorted a line of cayenne ...
... stone known as Sillar. Indeed Arequipa is known as the white city.
Arequipa is surrounded by mountains most around 6000 metres high which makes for a spectacular backdrop to the city. Just about everywhere you go in the city there are fantastic views, although the recent eruptions have made those views a little hazy and, apparently have caused some breathing difficulties for some people in some areas. The best views of the mountains are around sunset when the snow capped ...