La Fuente Arequipena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... 8pm to get to the bus station. The bus company were going with are called Cruz Del Sur and are one of the biggest in South America. We could see why they have a good reputation when we arrived. They had their own check in baggage area, a lounge and a check in desk. This doesn't sound like much but compared to some of the bus companies ...
I had a relatively quiet day in Cusco today. I slept like a baby last night at my hostel, and then arranged to meet Nicole, Scotty, Linda and Drew for Breakfast. We met at this place called Jack’s that had been recommended and it was excellent! I had one of the best breakfast’s I’ve had in South America while I was there. I had huevos rancheros with a strawberry-banana shake. It was awesome!
... 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. ...
... t quit barking! The next day started with a visit by boat obviously (Lisa was happy) to the Ballestas Islands to see more wildlife. Dubbed the "Poor Man's Gallapagos" for good reason and having been to the actual Gallapagos only a few weeks ago we weren't overawed at the goings on there. After our trip we got some brunch in the only restaurant on the promenade/beach front that looked decent - it turns out the food was, when it finally arrived, but the service left something to ...
... snapping away. They may not make the centerfold of Field & Stream but there is something captivating in watching these massive hunters float gracefully on the thermals (DH is quick to suggest that I need to be careful in who I call "massive" given that my own paragliding attempt to ride the thermals in Nepal resulted in a fairly rapid death spiral attributed to extraordinary weight issues). We did see a couple of aborted attack ...