- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Arequipa
- This was a largely uneventful day, mostly spent chilling and eating. We woke up late, had our HOT showers (something of a commodity out here...) then wandered the town with our new gang. We went to the market, got some local food called chicharron which is basically like chopped up bits of salty pork belly which was BUUFFF. We bought some fruit and ...
Hi everyone, After a good sleep in Arequipa and a yummy and relaxing brekkie in our hostel we were picked up at 9:20 and taken to get suited up for white water rafting! After wetsuits splash-vests and helmets we all piled into the vans and were taken down to the river bank. The team split into 5 boats with one tour guide in each boat and after ...
... the rest of the evening, apart from eating and sleeping. We took a final visit to the cake shop and instead of sharing a cakenand battling it out between us, we opted for two cakes to share; a chocolate slice and obviously the strawberry cheesecake again! We were stuffed at the end and were in a food coma. The next day we were off, and again another early start, great! But it was all good cause we were heading to Cusco and therefore we would be seeing Machu ...
... or a moving van. Once in Puno it was a quick cab to the long distance bus station where I booked my overnight ticket to Aerequipa, grabbed a bite to eat, and ran into a couple of travelers I had befriended in La Paz a week before. After I arrived in Aerequipa I tallied up the costs... I saved a whopping $4. I chose poorly. After an early arrival and resting up for a few hours I went to explore the town. There are a couple of cities in the mountains of Peru that are a blend ...
... an expedition to the volcano ampato by anthropologists, where they´d turned up pottery etc before, led them to finding the body of a mummified girl in the crater. after another expedition which combed through the area to see what else was up there, they returned with a priceless insight into antiquity.
juanita was a girl of between 12 to 14yrs, from a high ranking family given the richness of her clothes, who walked with the inca party from ...