Andes House Inn
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Yippee! Bolivia in my rear view mirror!! Never, ever to return. Talk about a black cloud over my head. In spite of the sunny days, there was a giant black cloud following me! And it didn't leave me until I landed back here in Arequipa. I've never seen such a losing streak since....well I'm sure some football team or baseball team had one sometime in history....but I don't watch enough to know.
The bug bites still itch, and I still have to ...
... The city itself is an UNESCO world heritage site, and you can see why. Walk down even the most insignificant alleyways or side streets, you feel yourself transported back 500 years. The city's European style architecture is made even more stunning by the fact that it was crafted in stunning white sillar rock (thus the name "the white city"). The city sits guarded by three towering volcanic peaks, which make from a spectacular, if slightly seismically unstable setting. While Sam and I ...
With our last and probably worst night in Peru behind us we caught a bus to cross the border to Bolivia. We both slept well on the bus as a table would have been more comfortable to sleep on than the hostel beds. Collie had a unique experience in going to the toilet at the border. When asked for the Banos a lady pointed to a door and collie went in. When he came out another lady raced over and was very ...
... 8211; taking a stone from the valley to the pass is supposed to be an offering to keep the mountain gods (apus) on your side!
Happy to settle back in to my pricey single with a tube of
Pringles for lunch – gone almost a week without some.
Raided the free food rack in the kitchen for dinner ideas
and supplemented the potatos, garlic and onion with cheese and spinach, plus
cold beer, from the local super.
... br> Last night, we had plans to get together with one of Lila's friends who she had met while traveling and who happened to be in Arequipa. We decided to make the two girls dinner, and Lila had brought with her some pisco in a water bottle (it was sold that way--the pisco produced at really local places is usually bottled in recycled water or soda bottles. it was just as good as anything you'd find in a store, really). We grilled some ...