Villa Elisa Boutique
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Elisa Boutique Arequipa
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... a round, all a little weird. 2:30am rolled around way too quickly and it was a struggle to shove down our breakfast of fruit and yoghurt. At just after 3:00 our bus arrived and we were off to try and see the condors. We stopped in the town of Chivay for a quick breakfast and then joined the multitudes to await the show. The condors are part of the vulture family and grow to about 1.20 meters tall and have a wing span of 3.00 meters. At first there was around half a ...
This morning would be our earliest morning yet as we rose at 2:30 to be picked up to begin the Colca Canyon tour. On the way we stopped off to see the famous Condors gliding though the canyons. They are incredibly big birds with wingspans easily greater than the width of cars. The were remarkably graceful as they soured through the canyon gliding just above the cliff face. They do not need ...
... were pretty ****. By the time we got there I was quite tired but the instructor wanted to get started straightaway. He was a bit of an idiot to put it politely and kind of ruined my climbing experience because he just seemed to want to have an argument with me. The climbing itself was a lot harder than what we were expecting but rewarding when you got to the ...
... to discover they are gone along with his wallet. Wonderful. When things like this happen after a sleepless night and you are in a new town, weighed down by your backpack and the task of finding somewhere to stay, the moral level drops even dramatically further. Digging deep to pick ourselves up out of the gutter of bad luck we begin to put the pieces back together starting with checking into a B&B and having breakfast before heading to the police station to report the ...
... to the 5 and a half up.
When we got back to hostel we didn't have a room so we had to just chill out in the TV room until our overnight bus at 8.30 to Cusco.
I don't regret El Misti because it was still such a challenge, a beautiful volcano and it was fun (at times) but just wish altitude hadn't taken over and maybe if we had got porter service and had better meals it would have been more pleasant. Oh ...