Samana Wasi

Address: 105 Puente Grau, Arequipa, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 105 Puente Grau, Arequipa, is near Sachaca.
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Travel Blogs from Arequipa

Big city, Small town & the Colca Canyon

A travel blog entry by cherub94 on May 23, 2014

10 photos

... were also found with Juanita who was dressed in elaborate clothing and due to her well preserved body, scientists were able to determine her diet. The museum shows all of the ornaments and explains the significance of each. The best of all though, is seeing the mummy herself in the flesh. She simply looks like she's sleeping (quite creepy really). Due to her fragile state the museum has to be kept cold, so take a jumper!

To watch ...

This Kindle Fire is muerto

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on May 06, 2014

80 photos

... in the warm sunshine, so we stopped a bit, had lunch (very tasty empanadas, much more like pasties this time, with the exception of the boiled egg and olive inside), and watched the world go by. The Plaza is the heart of Puno, and home to lots of pigeons too – though the sight of pigeons nesting in huge palm trees was new to us. We spent the afternoon walking around the city, seeing the sights, and a bit of time in an internet cafe too, since ...

Taking on the Colca Canyon Trek

A travel blog entry by ittakestwo on Jan 17, 2014

2 comments, 76 photos

... mountain that we just walked, villagers walked that almost daily, up and down, using Donkies to carry there goods to the nearest Roads to trade and sell. Some of these farmers were nearly 70 years old, and its shameful to say, they would whoop our asses in any fitness competition.... Thats their way of life!

David cut our lunch short afraid that we might get caught in the afternoon rain if we hung around much longer. Leaving the other groups behind (this was ...

Along the coast to Arequipa

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Jan 07, 2014

3 comments, 39 photos

... is painted in vivid hues inside. and is visually very attractive. Taking pictures was great fun. The novices who entered were from rich Spanish families -- and came with servants and belongings. However the rigor and seclusion of their existence was very hard to come to grips with, now, four hundred years later.

An incident happened in Arequipa that illustrated the fragility of my journey, and ...

When I was about 7, I wanted to be a nun ...

A travel blog entry by mgr.2013 on Dec 09, 2013

3 comments, 9 photos

... to the Franciscan church, where I paid my 5 Soles entrance and was given a guided tour. The main chapel was not big and quite plain. My guide pottered off to get the keys and then proceeded to unlock the first of a variety of chambers for me to see. After we had visited each room, he locked the door again. There were meeting rooms, vestry, storage of vestments. In the cloister, he gave me a test on each of the trees, which ranged ...