Eco inn Colca

Lima Street 513, Yanque, Peru | 3 star campground
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    Travel Blogs from Yanque

    Exploring Lima

    A travel blog entry by burkley on Oct 04, 2013

    14 photos

    After so many early starts we enjoyed a sleep in and almost missed breakfast as the host decided to pack up early. We started our leisurely tour of the city by walking down the main shopping street to Plaza San Martin which features a statue of General Jose San Martin who declared Peru's independence from the Spaniards. Beneath his bronze statue is another which is of Madre Patria which has a funny llama on her crown rather than the crown surrounded by flames. Apparently, llama ...

    Yanque Doodle Went to Town, Riding on a LLama

    A travel blog entry by couillard on Sep 24, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    We are now in Yanque which is in the mountains at an altitude of 3400 meters. Breathing became a little more difficult today as we climbed steadily from 2400 meters to a maximum of 4925 meters crossing the Col of Patapampa. We have been chewing on coca leaves which are only legal in Peru but have special virtues for climbers to ease the altitude sickness. We have also stopped for coca tea for the ...

    Fly Like a Condor

    A travel blog entry by kimb3r on Sep 18, 2013

    27 photos

    September 17, 2013 - After an early rise and a quick bite to eat we are picked up by our bus for transfer to the Colca Valley. The ride includes a tour guide who doles out a number of facts as we head out of Arequipa including an alternate explanation for the "white city" label. As Arequipa was built by and home to Spaniards with lighter complexions than native Peruvians residents of other regions began to refer to the "white city" because of the white faces of ...

    Arrived in Perú

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Aug 09, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Naomi and I left Canada on schedule yesterday,traveling Air Canda direct to Lima, which is due south of Toronto. The plane was full and for the most part just an ordinary flight, although there was significant turbulence for the last two hours. Arriving at Jorge Chavez airport in Callao at 6:30 am, the port city, we first found a very long lineup for immigration. Having been attended ...

    The Placenta Costs Extra & The Death Bus

    A travel blog entry by tommylupton on Jun 24, 2013

    20 photos

    ... 0,31489,1977548_1977464_197 7458,00.html) There was also an Ayacucho market that just happened to be there where I was able to get my nieces some non-China-made gifts.

    So, NeNe has the arroz con pollo cooking and we have to get back ASAP. This means we have to take a bus back. The bus we take back, this was the "death bus." For the Harry Potter fans out there, it was just like the Night Bus, without magical protection. ...