Hotel Texao

Av. Parra 410, Arequipa, Peru | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Arequipa

City Living and a Nunnery

A travel blog entry by sharissajj


... of other Peruvian cities. Because of this, there really isn't that much to do, except for one thing, which is to walk around the Monastery that has been restored and open to the public to see inside the very private lives of the nuns that still live there. The monastery is huge and full of bright, block colors, patterned tiles, and paintings from different eras that have all withstood the test of time. Not to mention all the different flowers ...

This Kindle Fire is muerto

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


... large mountain range to the north and east of the city. Three large peaks tower over the town: Pikchu Pikchu, Chachani and, standing proudly on its own, El Misti. These dominate the skyline everywere, standing at well over 5,800m (Arequipa is only at 2,300m), but, unfortunately for our photos, are nearly everywhere obscured by telephone lines, poles, buildings and other nuisances.

After a quick trip to the Iglesia de Francisco de Asis (where I ...

Shake and quake...

A travel blog entry by niblet


... I just stood up, frozen to the spot trying to assess how bad it was going to be and what to do next. Luckily it didn't last for long, no one was hurt and nothing was damaged. Adam and I decided to go down to reception to see if other people in the hostel were panicked and we met with most of the girls from our tour group in the lobby who had assembled in the "safe zone". It turns out it was an aftershock from another earthquake in ...

Museo Santuarios Andines

A travel blog entry by conrad.bear


... a lovely video and a 40 min guide tour, one on one because I was the only English speaker. The Incas believed that if they sarficed children and babies to the volcanoes they wouldn't erupt.

So they would walk up the mountains 2,000 ft and dig a round hole about 1 metre deep. Dress the child in ceremonial clothes, give them some alcohol (corn beer), hit them on the head and bury them with pots, statues and other stuff for the after life with the gods.


Arequipa and Culca Canyon

A travel blog entry by michellerod


... backpackers that night, so we were presently surprised with a super comfy bed in a single for a nap. Once we woke, we has some dinner at a really cute place where they served all sorts of toppings over local purple potatoes. So yummy! We them returned to our hostel for a "black light" party. Since it was Christmas the night before, apparently most of the hostel was pretty parties out and the crowd was tamer than we hoped. But after a while we met two really nice New ...


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