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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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... br> We’ve all carefully followed the packing list, printed out
our itineraries, paid for travel insurance.
We share snacks, offer supportive advice and follow the buddy system when we shop or visit the restroom. We’ve each, in the middle of some late night
panic session, promised ourselves that we will not be the one who ruins the trip
for everyone else because she can’t keep her mouth shut.
We have ...
... tea to drink while we check in to assist with the altitude issues people have. I'm coping with the altitude better than Leesh who is desperate for some help for her troubles and we sit back and enjoy a nice cuppa. It's really refreshing to be greeted with a smiley face and warm gestures. Seeing as neither of us got a whole lot of sleep over the last day, we decide to hit the sack early in prep for a fairly quiet day exploring the city tomorrow. ...
... market with more varieties of potatoes than you can imagine and stand after stand of beautiful and colorful displays of fruit. We bought several varieties of both potatoes and fruit to experiment with that evening for dinner and a big bag of coca leaves.
We ended our day with me getting a haircut at a little local salon for $8.00. She did a pretty good job!!
The next day we just hung out, took care of internet business and relaxed.
... for miles. Good thing they have their own restaurant.
This lake has been gone for about 2,000 years (how do they know that? Some old person around who remembers?). In the middle is an island. It is filled with cactus. Straight up and down cactus. The rocks feel just like coral. The explanation is that the rocks came from coral and the cactus have morphed from underwater plants. It is weirdly cool. Photos included.
... was pressure on all sides of my head, I got chills down my sides. The others who weren't feeling well had headaches and were tired but still managed to check out the town a bit. (Of course, Kimber seemed unaffected!) Nothing seemed to help. Kimber brought me more coca tea; I ate coca candy; I used the flower water Nilo had sworn by. All I could do was lay there and wait for it to pass. Every time I felt slightly better something happened. I tried to ...