La Posada del Puente
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... include everyone in her conversations. She is beautiful and kind and energetic and
totally impervious to doubters, naysayers or any kind of scheduling that might
conflict with her plans. And she was
ready to start our tour of Arequipa the minute we set foot in the lobby of our
hotel, so we were, too.
We obediently pounded our coca tea, raced to our rooms to
put our bags down and then met back in the lobby. It was 8:00.
... our guide had told us there were demonstrations in the city against the expansion of the government owned copper mine and that this might cause some delay in getting to our hotel. This turned out to be a slight underestimation. Within 10km of the city centre all traffic ground to a halt with rocks and burning tyres blocking the road. Our driver tried to by pass this by going down a dirt track but this was again block and we ended up on the front line of the blockade. It was a ...
... called Sara and her husband and daughter. We wer with them over a bank holiday weekend and were shown the most, homely lovelly time. They made us meals and told us the good places to go out in the city, very soon we felt like we were almost there own teenage sons who they looked after and worried about if we went out to too late. So we left bogota with an immense faith in humanity and a feeling that we owed the world so so much. After bogota we headed to the ...
... serving Peruvian fusion using local and sustainable foods from the surrounding ocean, altiplano highlands and jungle. An extensive menu to muse over and Marg settles for the red quinoa salad with avocado, prawns, fresh figs, peas, mint and a fresh herb emulsion. Apparently I'm still carnivorous and opt for the
" triage of carne " that includes tenderloin medallions of alpaca, beef (res) and pork ( cerdo) . These sizzling beauties on the lava stone ...
... followed a hectic group packing session that evening, as we got our day packs together for our impending Canyon hike the next day.
Getting up at 3am is a *****, especially when you know you have pretty much a whole day of hiking through a canyon ahead, coupled with the lack of sleep the previous night due to being on an uncomfortable minibus. The sense of dread was intense. There was a full minibus of people to take us on the 3 hour drive ...