Hospedaje Los Jasmines

Amazonias 775, Cajamarca, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Amazonias 775, Cajamarca.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hospedaje Los Jasmines Cajamarca

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Cajamarca

Nice place, shame about the staff...

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on May 31, 2014

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... 8220;idiota”) which would have been more fitting, and easier to pronounce.

Having decided, as a matter of principle, not to buy new tickets, Lynds decided that a show of our disdain was necessary, and so ripped up our useless tickets and threw them down on her counter. Tragicomically, a few ticket shreds floated down by our feet, pathetically, so she had a second go at throwing them at the woman. We left, un-bathed.

We had ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 06, 2014

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... health and safety whatsoever on this site, scary given how poorly supervised children are in this country.

Enjoyed a good long hot relaxing soak – nice to feel fully clean after all the dust I’ve been covered in over the last week. Treated myself to a Helado Holandesa after – it’s all for a good local cause so had 2 scoops including one of Capuli, a Peruvian cherry.

Had a quiet night in with cable, finally one with lots of channels in English, even ...

Volunteering at incawasi (part 1)

A travel blog entry by kaffstafford on Sep 07, 2013

... next day, they went to a party near banos del inca. She arrived back in a bit of a mess with little time to pack, upset that she was leAving her poncho behind. On the fourth week, an American girl Lindsay arrived in incawasi offering to volunteer but she was very clear that she had a real interest in improving her Spanish. People found her to be strange and outspoken. On the Friday, roger and I went to meet Alan and clementine at the bus station. They arrived in at about ...

3rd highest waterfall in the world. So good.

A travel blog entry by kodatravels on Nov 24, 2012

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... we didn't need to hike up where we came from, unfortunately the other route was equally tough. We weren't warned it would be a 2 hour hike uphill until the first village. We were crawling up, having finished our snacks, we needed ENERGY. Throughout our hike up I saw on the ground remains of a sugar can eaten by an animal of sorts, I was on the prowl, anything in sight would be eaten. Finally I found a tiny bit untouched. We shared it all, and ...

Almost like The Alps

A travel blog entry by petemacleod on Nov 04, 2011

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... Cajamarca is famous in Peru because it is where the Conquistadores met the Incas for the first time. They met in the main square where the Incan leader was given a bible. He threw it on the ground which prompted 150 Spanish to slaughter 5000 unarmed Incas. The Inca king was captured and promised to fill a room full of gold and two full of silver and gestured with his hand against the wall, showing the point he would fill them to. The Spanish accepted the offer and then killed ...