Marlon's House Arequipa
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Another night, another long bus journey...we arrived in Arequipa bleary-eyed and weary so once we found our hostel we collapsed into bed for a few hours to catch up on lost sleep.
When we awoke from our cat nap we began to appreciate our surroundings a little more. We had discovered 'Marlon's House' hostel online and opted to stay there …
Modern, lively, fashionable Arequipa has definitely been one of our favourite cities so far - the gorgeous colonial architecture, all white from the volcanic sillar rock used, the great restaurants, wonderful weather and friendly people all sealed the deal for us. Little did we know, by the time we left we would both have had an experience which …
Hi, itīs been a pretty full on week, been to so many different places,been hard to sit down on a computer to write anything! First tho - big congratulations and much love to Jo and Matt, very exciting engagement news! Will need to hear all the details about the proposal at some stage ;)
Itīs 2.52am right now, we are up ready to get picked …
I awoke to a loud, irritating doorbell tune at 5:45am. Let's just say I wasn't overjoyed. At 7:30, Liam and I woke with our alarm, and wandered out into the hostel for some breakfast. Except apparently we weren't entitled to breakfast, unbeknownst to us, as we were staying in a dorm room and not a private room. Now, as most of you probably know, I …
In the morning, I let Liam sleep in, and read The Hunger Games instead. At around 9, we went for breakfast. I had the same as yesterday, except Liam helped with the eggs and bread this time, and I drank a carrot juice, while he had my apple juice and some humungous pancakes. Again, it was all delicious. We got ourselves together, checked out, and …
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility