- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our hotel in a few adjoined buildings, I don't know what the company of travel agent, went in and requested how much it costs for the rafting. It's 70 soles (28CAD) with provided equipments safety and waterproof vested and life jacket. Why not?, good price for a single to join with strangers group.
The rafting will be ready at noon during the felt like 30 Celsius. I was ready to wait the tour van to pick me up at my hotel at 11AM. Then had to ...
Early start again this morning.. We thought we had ordered breakfast last night but apparently not! We got there at 6am to join the others only to find that she hadn't made any for us because we didn't pay her the money last night. Bit of a disappointment, but we didn't feel like waiting around to worry about it so we got our stuff together and started the long steep climb back out of the canyon. It was just before ...
One our last night we followed the sound of fireworks and music and found ourselves at a celebration outside a church with a band playing Andean music with panpipes, competing with a brass combo in the courtyard which seemed to start up whenever there was a gap! We were made welcome and plied with ...
On July 23 (Day 210), we really hit the home stretch, leaving Chile to head for the final country of the trip, Peru. As usual, getting anywhere in the Andes requires most of a day, so we knew that making our way from Arica to the Peruvian city of Arequipa wasn't going to be easy. There were the usual struggles – long lines at the border, a confusing transfer in Tacna, a long bus ride with lots of stops from Tacna to Arequipa – but ...
... cheese ice cream. We had been told by Kerrie and Vicky that we had to try it and they were not wrong. It doesn't taste at all like cheese and actually doesn't have any cheese inside. It is made of cream, coconut and vanilla and has cinnamon on top. The name is because it's made in the same barrels as the cheese. We carried on walking to the Plaza de Armas and found a lot of companies selling the Colca Canyon tours so we got a few prices. We then made our way to the ...