Hotel Samana Arequipa
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... 8220;Please. No. I
have to go to bed.”
Roxanna doesn't speak English, but she didn't have to wait for a translation:
"You can't mean that," she said determinedly.
“Oh yes, I can, ” said Dorothy with the conviction of the
all the 5 armies behind her. “Oh yes, I
And so, we went to bed.
I guess sometimes, you have just got to lay the hammer down.
... in Yanque is a little piece of paradise. Just like our waiter at the lodge next door told us last night! Thankfully we were able to pay everything including our food, tour and transfer on visa as we still had not seen a working ATM. We were literally down to a few soles, enough for snacks and water. We had a great breakfast and then went for another walk. Our bus picked us up at the B&B at 1145am and we headed into Chivay for lunch. They have the whole tourist bus ...
... city. It is in effect a city within a city. It's so big that it has it's own street names. The place dates originally from the sixteenth century, is brightly painted and is pleasing to wander. After we left there, we bumped into David and Jen in the Plaza and arranged to meet for dinner. We then went to the Cathedral in the Plaza, and took in a mandatory guided tour of the cathedral, the attached museum, and the bell tower. We played with ...
... spent the next day eating and sleeping. Steve slept pretty much all day so I explored parts of the city. After a day of walking around/ eating lots, there isn't much else to do in Arequipa and it got quite repetitive. I think Araquipa is my least favourite place so far. 2/3 days was more than enough and on our third day we boarded yet another overnight bus to Puno, on Lake ...
... area at the foot near where we began at the top, complete with beds and a swimming pool which was fed by the river running through the canyon. Needless to say, the pool was icey cold, and it wasn’t possible to stay in there for too long without shivering or turning a blue-ish colour. The rooms were basic, and we even found a small scorpion on Peter’s bed. That night, we heard something quite large running around on our roof which didn’t ...