Posada el Castillo
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Yesterday was a day with the girls, teaching a few "cleaning skills", and the value of pride in their home. As per usual, kids are kids in any country - tell them to clean the kitchen, with very specific instructions, then turn your back, and there you go....they are in their rooms reading magazines or in the play yard. But trust me, they got the …
Time to chime in again. I spent yesterday arriving in Arequipa, and spending time with the girls, then grocery shopping for the house. Arrived to empty refrigerator, so provisions were required. We bought bushels of veggies and lots of meat. Some of which I couldn't recognize (a totally different diet than we are accostomed to - a lot of meat that …
... in front of them. Once we got back to the town we had breakfast at a locals restaurant before catching the 9.30am bus back to Arequipa. The timing worked out perfectly for us as we thought we would be taking the 11.30 bus but we were ready to go earlier so it was good! It was another 5.5 hours back to the city then a short taxi ride back to our hostel. We went to the Wild Rover Hostel s/65 for a private room ...
Monday 27th January - Day 125
The difference in temperature between Cusco and Arequipa was very noticeable when
we arrived. There wasn’t a cloud in the sky and it was already warm at 6am. We’d decided to stay in Wild Rover (the hostel chain we’d worked for in La Paz) so dropped our stuff of there, had a shower and relaxed by their pool (yes a pool in a £5-a-night hostel!). Just as
it was ...
... is a nice change as we have eaten in some very questionable establishments over the last two months. This restaurant is famous for meat (not so great for us herbivores but I have come accustom to this, and take compensation in wine) and this meat is served on hot stones. Everyone raved about it, and really enjoyed their meat, and my wine was fabulous so a good end to the day. Thought/fact of the day- they actually make a lot of chocolate in Peru, which goes well with all the red ...