Villa Elisa Boutique
Travel Blogs from Arequipa
... 2. If you haven't got your desired result in three to five seconds, repeat step 1. Under no circumstances should you adjust your behaviour. Do the same thing over and over and expect different results. That's Einstein's definition of insanity. QED.
That's enough whingeing and movie commentary for now. Now it's time to start following 47 Ronin Keating a bit more closely. I'm still trying to work out which character lines up with Aladdin's Genie. It's nothing like ...
... boasts a very European feel with coloured buildings, courtyards and bars/cafés along the main strips. We made our way to a restaurant for a late breakfast and then wondered around the city looking at all the various cathedrals and historical museums before I disappeared back to the hotel for a rest after a hectic few days. We made our way out for dinner to a rooftop terrace restaurant over looking ...
... climb out of the canyon the next morning was tiring work, although fortunately on the right side of the canyon to the rising morning sun, and with the promise of a dip in some thermal baths it was achieved. The return journey to Arequipa across the altiplano was once again spectacular with the looming Misti ever-present, passing several picturesque villages and some of the most extensive pre-Inca terracing in Peru.
Onward day bus journey to Puno, 5 hours.
... to pear. I will be on the lookout for this fruit while I'm in Peru as I suspect I will have no luck finding it in Toronto which is unfortunate as it is absolutely delicious. While we are eating I'm visited by Erich a local guide who arranges adventure tours around Arequipa. He is a friend of Diana who operates Grace Valley and she conveniently arranged a meeting for me when I informed her of my interest in downhill mountain biking. After a short conversation I decide to take ...
I'm winding down here, and ready to go home. However, I've watched all of the Spanish television that I care to see for a while, including the final night of the Latin American version of America's Got Talent, only cheesier if you can imagine that. And I'm tired of speaking and listening to a foreign language all day every day. Ready for some Texas food, and my own bed.
It has been such a great experience,and I have loved every minute. ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility