La Hosteria del Monasterio
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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Just checking in ... We all arrived safe and sound in Peru at 4pm for our second Saturday. We had an hour long walk to dinner and back which thankfully cured the jet lag! Day 2 was an orientation day, few group members didn't have the iron stomach needed to process our first night dinner so they spent the day in bed however ...
... say the food was better than his moves but unfortunately this was not the case. Still feeling peckish we opted for a chocolate dessert to share, which was not the best to be honest. Our little legs were getting tired and we headed back to the room to get some rest. It was all go that day, from the early start to the boat tour to hiking up sand dunes. It was action packed and we were action wrecked. It didn't take us too long to fall sleep that ...
... was destroyed by an earthquake a few years ago, but for the sake of nostalgia it remains a staple part of the tour itinerary. The red and orange sands contrast beautifully with the blues and greens of the ocean, and I found my gaze shifting constantly from the dunes to the cliffs to the shore. The hazy views and warm breeze brought me to a place of complete relaxation, and a chance encounter with some fisherman and pelicans at lunchtime made for another fantastic ...
... and it was time to tempt death some more with more jumps and drops before finally getting back to the town with massive sand covered smiles and a ringing in our ears from a couple of enthusiastic screamers.Lunch at the restaurant and the use of the pool and we were all set for the next event a Pisco winery tour and tasting. Pisco is the traditional Peruvian spirit made from grapes and it can come in varying different strengths and flavours. The process is similar to wine ...