- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the customers. I had heard this before I went, but didn’t think it could be too bad and also had some friends staying so thought it would be nice to hang out with them. I have found that in the back-packing world, often tips are spot on and this was no exception. We were in an 18 bed dorm that was on the second floor right above the courtyard for the bar. On Saturday night there was the most awful DJ who seemed to just be there for himself. It wasn’t a very ...
... The river was a bit tamer than the Suarez in Colombia, but we still all managed to get drenched. The scariest part for me came near the end when the guide got us all to jump off a high rock into the river. It took quite a lot of encouragement for me to jump! The boys had to jump without hesitation after all the "it'll be fine, you're wearing a life jacket" and "it's not that high" lines they were reeling off to me. The main attraction ...
... in the city centre and the traditional square with lots of people sat in it. We were based just 2 blocks from this, so we got a taxi there as it's a fixed price to the square, and then walked up the street to Wild Rover. The Wild Rover in Arequipa has a few communal areas with the rear containing a tiny pool and pool bar. Max and I spent most of the day camped there, chilling out and chatting with Grainne who had arrived after us. Her Irish Rachel that we'd met ...
... bus eventually arrived to Arequipa terminal terrestre an hour late, about 10am, and we took a taxi towards the city centre and our hostel, Posada del Kuraka. Our room wasn't ready so we left our bags and went to look for a cafe for a late breakfast.
We walked down towards the main square, Plaza de Armas, and on the main pedestrian street we came across Capriccio. The menu looked okay and they served proper coffee so we decided to give it ...
... a four hour, smelly, hot bus to the town of Yanque, near Colca Canyon where we would be trekking (self-guided) for the next few days. Yanque had about the same facilities as a very small Aussie country town -a corner shop, a few places to stay, a tiny cafe (best coffee so far in South America!) and a church (in place of the pub that would be present in the Aussie town). It wins over Aus though because there was a baby llama, baby alpaca and a puppy in ...