Villa Elisa Boutique
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... medicine that I have no idea what it is on a couple of times a day. The "big daddy one" on my arm where the head of the family feasted is still huge and red. Not loving that.
Saw lots of little green men today at the airport, and I will tell you that I was a nervous wreck until I got through immigration and on that plane. Geez! I now have a huge phobia against green fabric and Latin men wearing it.
Got to the airport early ...
... we experienced a friendly morning earthquake, making breakfast a little more exciting than usual. Arequipa has also contributed enormously to Peru's palate, with many of the national dishes originating from here, and also to the nation's history, being the seat of countless revolutions.
Sam and I had wandered down here to spend a few days resting and catching up on some writing after a hectic beginning to our time in Peru. We also planned to use Arequipa as a jumping off ...
... him. Collie has walked into someone's house to take a dump. He later said that he thought it was odd walking through someone's bedroom and only clicked he was in a house when he saw make up on the bathroom bench. The lady continued to get angry and collie did his best to explain. Another lady joined in to make it quite the scene. It eventually ended with numerous lo sientos and collie placing 20 ...
Looking for a Belgian bakery but only found a German one
that just had white bread – good mind, but what is the point!?
Headed to the colourful market, bumped into a staff member
from the Colca hostel and supplied up for 2 lunches and ...
... some sweet potatoes, and made an avocado/tomato/onion salad with lime juice. All of it was delicious and we were all equally hungry, so there were none of the dinner party politics of pretending that you don't want seconds to be polite to the other guests. Natalie and I prepared the pisco sours from scratch as well, which was really really fun (at least for me). We made simply syrup with sugar and water, hand squeezed and sifted the lime ...