Sonesta Posadas del Inca Arequipa
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I woke up this morning at 5am on the bus and realized that we were almost in Arequipa already. This bus must have been flying! I got to the Terminal at 5:30am and hopped in a taxi to go to my hostel. Even though I arrived there at 5:45am, they let me into my room and I was able to take a nap for a couple of hours. The hostel (Hostal Roma Continental) is pretty bad. It’s only $7 a night for a single room, and it’s in a ...
... hike, with our group, Frank our guide, 4 French an older couple (extremely fit) and a younger couple and a Spanish woman. The hike was a steady decline down a stoney, rubble path. The views were unreal, we were surrounded by mountains cascading and soaring above us. The sun was piercing hot as we descended the steep canyon side. Our destination the swing bridge, the hike took us 3 hours before we had a short rest stop. Across the other side we hiked up for about 20minutes before ...
... supper" with them. Saturday night we finally made it to Zig Zag, the restaurant we were meant to go to on Thursday night. It was worth the wait, such delicious food! And Niall finally got his birthday cake, well not so much a cake as dessert with candles in it but that's just as good right?! We finished off the night with a few beers in a Swedish bar (who knew they existed!) and waved goodbye to our Arequipan hosts Paddy and Veronica.
... dish served with raw fish in lemon juice) also share the villages attraction, helping put little Huanchaco on the map. Set on learning to surf, Dad and I roll into the first surf school we see. In no time we are both face down in the grungy grey sand learning the three basic steps to surf from our instructor, Alejandro. While desperately trying to mimic his actions identically, I look across the shore at Dad paddling in the sand with a fierce determination in his face. Where he ...
A few days later we are sitting in our apartment and feel what we think is our neighbours moving their furniture around. This goes on for few minutes and gets stronger until we feel the floor shaking. We then realise that as the floor is concrete not wood, that this must be an earthquake. Later on which switch on the TV news and see that Arequipa region has suffered a quake registering 7.0 causing some damage to buildings and destroying a number of highways! Suddenly, ...