Marlon's House Arequipa
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... chose a restaurant on the third floor which was only accessible by stairs... However this restaurant gave a great view looking over the square and cathedral, and also a view of the local procession taking place in preparation for the Easter celebrations. The restaurant provided ponchos, and well presented food, so a good choice in the end! As mentioned our next day involves travelling up to the top of one of the mountains, to see llamas and alpacas, and stay in a small mountainous ...
... country. After spending time in the big cities I learned that this isn't the case and us two with professional careers in Canada were beginning to feel the budgeting pains from the high end stores and restaurants. The second day we found a hole in the wall gym a 15 minute walk away from our house which gave us a deal for 80 soles (30 USD) each for the month. The gym has a very local feel as we are the only foreigners that are ever inside (we don't even have to ...
... bus, where we enjoyed the hostel's attempt at Oktoberfest. I'm writing this the following day with Frances passed out feeling weak beside me, whilst we try to plan our trip to Machu Picchu, where we will be 'discovering' the Inca ruins for the first time in history, in much the same way as Hiram Bingham 'discovered' them in 1911 when he got some local farmers to lead him to them, where he found a family ...
... ve been a good end to the day had I not been forced to head out and dance. The Temple is the hotspot of Cuscuenian night life. Very much like if you grew up in Durham or Wakefield, you know there is only ONE place that everyone goes to after a certain time and that, my friends, is Temple. Aside from the odiously loud music and the fact that the DJ repeated his song selection on more than one occasion, I enjoyed myself. Yet again, I was the boring English guy retiring early at 3:15am... ...
... wasn't really what I expected; much slower as many of the acts stopped to entertain sections of the audience at a time. We left at about midday and saw probably the next half an hour of carnival in 5 minutes, that was great ! We then went souvenir shopping in some wonderful ships and enjoyed the beautiful views of the volcanoes. We intended to go to the ice woman museum but figured we didn't ...