Villa Elisa Boutique
Travel Blogs from Arequipa
... the Museo de Pisco with mum and dad and then a very good dinner at La Solei, a French restaurant. We headed to the Crown pub, met Alana, Jordan, Skyler, Beca and also couple of guys from our hostel (including Joshua the bed stealer from the previous night). Got slightly more messy and went on to Mythology, Mama Africa and finally Temple - various Cusco nightclubs. Joshua the bed stealer redeemed himself by saving me from a Peruvian guy who'd been a bit ...
We arrived in Arequipa first thing in the morning after an overnight bus, we splashed out and got VIP seats which reclined right back with a foot and leg rest, we received dinner and had our own movie screen. I wish airplanes were this comfortable! When we arrived we scored the best taxi driver, he did not speak any English but we managed to understand him for the most part, he took his time driving to our hotel (a rarity ...
... really soft fur that would be comfy to lie on, but can also be shaved off to make hats, jumpers, and gloves. You can walk one around on a lead and charge one Peruvian Sole for a photo (we encounter a lot of this in Peru), and then if you eventually get bored of it you can kill it and eat it. It really is the pet that keeps on giving. Arequipa is only a short distance from the Colca Canyon and it was on the list of one of places we wanted to visit while we are in ...
Our first glimpse of Lago Titicaca was indeed breathtaking. Located between Peru and Bolivia, it is the largest lake in South America by volume of water and home to indigenous communities living on islands on the lake. We visited the Uros who live on artificial floating reed islands. These crafted islands were unlike anything we'd ever seen. So unique. Every step we took we felt as if we were walking on sponge. We felt transported back several hundred years. The contrast of yellow ...
... br> *Iglesia San Juan Bautista: arches with
saying about volcano
*Saw Rio Colca (river)
*Bought Coca Candy
*Took Maca Shot
-Lunch at Zig Zag:
took us 30 minutes to find it! Quinoa Soap, Alpaca, Pork, and Beef on volcanic stone. Amy ordered a ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility