Marlon's House Arequipa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in a precious lake-front cafe, we got a little boat ride over to the Isla del Sol. This is by far one of the most beautiful and tranquil places I have ever seen. It's a tiny island - you can walk across it - but it is rammed full of cute and tiny hostels and restaurants, all looking right over the water. We had a quick lunch whilst enjoying the sun (too much!) and then went on a little walk up the hills. Not only were ...
... we might as well go check it out. There weren't many people there but those who were were very welcoming and happy to be able to practise their English with us. We drank lots of rum and had a fun night! The next day we had a really chilled out day recovering from all the rum the night before. We knew that while we were in Arequipa we wanted to visit the Colca Canyon so we did some research and booked a trip to the Canyon for the next morning. This trip was the earliest ...
... journey. We now know why it is called the white city as we did our morning tour with Fernando who was late and already smelled of Pisco at 10::00 am. Almost all the buildings in the historical centre are mostly built with the white Sillar stone. A mixture of glass, quartz, and other elements which made it a good solid base that would withhold time and earthquakes. It is a product of ...
As I write this we're sat on the roof terrace of our hostel enjoying a beer and olives in the late afternoon sun, tomorrow morning we leave Peru after around 2.5 weeks and the time's flown by.
Unfortunately we cant say we left Bolivia without a hitch. We got our bus from Copocabana after returning from Isla del Sol, and had 1 hour to spare, just enough time to grab something to eat, so headed back ...
... to try. I watched Brazil vs Spain with lots of Brazilians. They really love their football. Luckily they won so there were no riots. In other sporting news, the Tour de France has begun. Unfortunately because of the time difference I have had to wake up at about 7am most mornings. My body clock is still messed up after waking up at 3:30 for Machu Picchu. Managed to stay up late enough ...