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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... children on board! Needless to say, none of us really slept. Stopped about 8pm for free diner at a restaurant (paid for by Cruz del Sur). It was a simple meal, chicken and rice but we weren’t complaining! Another 2 hours to Ica. Arrived at 10pm (not ideal because it was dark). Collected our insurance forms from Cruz del Sur coach station. All 7 of us got in 2 taxis to Charlotte and Ben’s hostel (Ben’s dad had booked it when ...
... I make myself a nice refreshing salad whilst Aaron enjoys some vegetables with noodles, plus our much needed lunchtime coffees. Aaron is almost falling asleep at the lunch table, so we decide to just chill out around the hostel (as expected after the last few days). I jump onto the hostel computer, upload some photos and work on my new Facebook page as Aaron enjoys a few NFL a games on his iPad. The wifi was working well for once so I decided to FaceTime Mum and Dad, had ...
... Thank You For Smoking, followed by Wreck it Ralph. In the evening the waitress lost her tip by bringing the bill when I was still eating. Earlier in the day the McDonalds had both run out of quarter pounders and coke. Burger King it was. I finished the day off watching the unknown The Air I Breathe. I still don't really know what it was about but is a good film to help in Six Degrees of Separation. ...
... came out it got hot very quickly. It also ment we got to see the beautiful sunrise over the mountains. The climb was 1km up, which we did in 5km, so it was steep all the way up. Breakfast at the top has never been eaten so enthusiastically! After a few stops on the way, we arrived back to Arequipa and more importantly, a healthier Hamish. Next stop is Huacachina, we hear there are some more adventure sports to do there... Hasta Luego Cat & Dave ...
... We made our way up to ZigZag at 8pm and were surprised when we were given a table by window, they made a point at the time of booking that we would proabably have **** seats. We each had a Trilogy of Meat which consisted of alpaca, pork and beef brought out on sizzling volcanic stone, we had sides of Andean and Pink potatoes, Ratatouille and a trio of salsas. All washed down with a very nice glass of red wine, it couldn't have been a better end to a ...