Villa Del Carmen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... class buses, the seats reclined to 160 degrees., which was very nice for a rest.
Unfortunately, these seats and the tendency to rest in them made it possible for Griff to lose stuff on the bus. On a previous ride he noticed that his eye-mask was missing before the end of the ride. However, it could not be found. Later, after this bus ride, Griff realized that his Swiss Army knife, his indispensible travel companion since he was 18-years old, was ...
... bakkie (pick up truck). Being a double cab, the mans feet stuck out over the tailgate. Not to worry, they just tied him down like a piece of luggage and drove off to the hospital! I kid you not!
The worst part was they had driven off with the only stretcher. Luckily we did not have to wait too much longer for the next strecher to arrive, this time a proper solid stretcher. A lady who was in a ...
... I went along to check them out." Is what I might have said had I been a Blue Peter presenter, instead I just said goodbye to Rach* and waited for the tour company to pick me up. Before embarking on our underground adventure we stopped at a local vendor of mining accessories to purchase gifts for the workers. I think it was to make them less ****** off that we were in the way. The recommended gifts included fruit juice, cocoa leaves and then of course the ...
... highest point 4910m but we had to stop and get out of the mini bus to experience the surroundings, briefly! Back in sprawling Arequipa our Peruvian agents, Condor, had decided our previous hotel was too close to the demonstration and so we have spent the night in a "fancy pants suite" in the Casa Andina. Hotel. Condor have been so concerned about our safety and well being and Mike has had a phone call every day from their head office in Lima to check how we ...
... of the city and later taken by Chilean soldiers during the war of 1879. Beautiful rooms and spaces. Finished in the city with a coffee and sandwich and a naughty icecream. Then later walked back for dinner which we ate at Cabrilo. It was very good. Especially the pisco sour. I had a very nice quinoa salad with onions tomato and corn enhanced with lime ...