Su Majestad Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSu Majestad Hotel Arequipa
Not much else going on in Arequipa itself but the hotel was clean and well kept. Breakfast was included and our best so far in South America. free tea and coffee as well.
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... so felt a bit better. It was really very beautiful. All my photos are on my camera, but it was like a film set. When we got down to where we were staying, in an 'oasis', I've never been so happy. There was a beautiful pool and gorgeous little huts that would be our room for the night. We had dinner, played cards and went to bed at 8.30pm as we had to be up at 4am... We had the trek up, the whole way, that morning. We started in the dark and ...
... where they grow quinoa ,garlic, onions and chili peppers, both for local consumption as well as exportation. Then we stopped at 'Mirador de Arman Alto' which is the highest viewing point in Arequipa for a wonderful view of the surrounding volcanic mountains and the crop fields below. We tasted several types of local ice cream, one made from a small Arequipanian papaya that was delicious as well as Coca tea….I’m hooked. Not only helps with ...
... and set off at 8am the next morning.
After being picked up along with 12 others (between 30-40 year olds) we were driven towards the valley passing through a vast national reserve for Llamas, Alpacas and Vicunas.
All the animals are wild and only disturbed for shearing. Vicuna wool (which I have never heard of) is apparently the most expensive in the world, illegal shearing can get you up to 5 years in prison, killing one up to ...
... le canyon le plus profond au monde avec 4.7km vers le point le plus bas, à un certain point de la montagne des condors magnifiques et qu'on trouve pas partout pesant jusqu'à 10 kg nous survolait. Des bêtes hors norme. From Puno we took a minibus that failed to kill us before arriving in Arequipa. Our driver was racing with another one to the point of just passing without even caring who's coming from the other side, all this in huge ...
... ways, but also serve Him and others. I left the place somewhat sad, praying that this lovely establishment could not only be a piece of history but a beacon to the community of God’s love and hope.
The tour then continued, blah, blah, blah. The one benefit of tours is they can help you find spots you would have never discovered on your own. We wandered up crowded streets until we stopped at a lovely lookout framing the city ...