La Fuente Arequipena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... then headed out, I'm not sure if we even completed the last round or stayed to hear who won. It wasn't us anyways... And I use us in a loose term, I played cards for most of it. I'd made a couple of new friends sat at the bar, Miriam and Alexandra from the Netherlands, who not only joined us for the pub quiz but also were doing the Colca Canyon 3-day trek Friday to Sunday and told me about a great agency they'd booked with. The problem came just before we headed out to ...
... that night but decided to do it the next day in Cuzco.Sun 14/9,
- We woke up at 5.30, packed our bags and went downstairs. We were back on the Peru hop bus by 6 am and on the road to Cuzco.
- The bus stopped on the side of the road and we jumped off to get a few snacks for breakfast.
- We stopped in a small town called Ayaviri for lunch. ...
... like a lego structure, little higher than a town house with a 1% chance of seeing anything!) We arrived into Arequipa in the very early hours and having two hours to repack our bags before heading off for a two day tour of Colca Canyon with a stay in Chivas a small town in the Andes. The tour was carried out by Colonial Tours, our driver - Mr Augusto and our tour guide Mauricio were excellent! The scenery in the canyon and in the Andes mountains is surreal and despite getting a ...
... down into the neighbouring Monastery of Saint Catalina.
Arequipa is at 2300m so we're almost in the lowlands now, after 3 weeks or so at high altitude. Definite difference in temperature here.
The city is overlooked by 3 towering volcanoes, although none of them is currently active. El Misti is Kristina's favourite since it "looks like a proper volcano". ...
... sad looking Inukshuk but with DH (where the 'D’ stands for “Don’t Do heavy labour”) only contributing pebbles I’m not sure we’ve done Canada proud. It doesn’t seem to matter how long we spend at higher altitudes we always find ourselves desperately short of breath (DH says I’m always like that in her presence?)- maybe it was all the anticipation of our dinnertime pizza (hold the ham & cheese)?? ...