Hospedaje Los Jasmines

Address: Amazonias 775, Cajamarca, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Amazonias 775, Cajamarca.
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Travel Blogs from Cajamarca

Cajamarca and the last Incan King.

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Aug 09, 2014

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... when the sky opened up and it poured. Due the high number of kids, old people and babies we were rushed back outside and into the van. By the time we got in the van the rain had stopped but it was too late we were already off to the next stop - a bridge. The Puente Colgate is a wooden foot bridge that leads to a view point, that in the rain was not visible so we headed off to the flower garden. The flower garden was full of beautiful flowers that I would find ...

Nice place, shame about the staff...

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

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... somewhere that would serve us something simple – eggs and bread – this proved unexpectedly difficult in this town, despite our ever-improving Spanish.

Our trip for the day was to Baņos del Inca, a middle-class suburb 6 km from town. The place is famous for the synonymous Inca baths, which are promoted enthusiastically by our guide book and the locals. To get there, we caught a ‘combi’ – a small minibus, run privately, ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 06, 2014

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... hot!

A couple of blocks from here flagged down a combi to Ventanillas de Otuzco, a rocky hillside carved with funerary niches for 1 sol. It was a scenic spot though it is hard to see into the niches to see the many chambered ones, room for all the family! I could see by the way some were carved that they used to have doors and from the size of the niches, must have been interred in the foetal position. A trip to the museum in the Women’s Hospital later confirmed this ...

Volunteering at incawasi (part 1)

A travel blog entry by kaffstafford on Sep 07, 2013

... the Wednesday night, I watched an aerobics class in iron gym. I tried it out on the Thursday and signed up for the month for 40soles. My first weekend at incawasi I was still quite tired. I went out on the Saturday night to dash dash and then anana (?). I didn't stay out very late so Julien and rafael walked me home around 2am. The second week went by much more quickly as I knew what to expect. Sebas, the cook, made a big effort cooking with such a tight budget. ...

3rd highest waterfall in the world. So good.

A travel blog entry by kodatravels on Nov 24, 2012

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... decide that I wouldn't take control and just be led for this hike. I was sort of OK with this decision until we missed the lookout, and began walking to the wrong direction. I decided to take off for a while with my mate Michelle Tomas my Spanish teacher.

Amazing. The first fall of the waterfall which was only 230 meters was beautiful. High above the water was sliding of the basalt cliff, being shifted by the wind. The temperature dropped ...