La Posada Del Cacique

Address: Jerusalen 404, Arequipa, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Jerusalen 404, Arequipa, is near The Cathedral of Arequipa, La Compañia and cloisters, Casa del Moral, and La Iberica Chocolate Shop.
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    Travel Blogs from Arequipa

    Walled women and bold men

    A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jul 11, 2015


    ... we met Roxanna, who asked if we’d like to get something to eat. We explained that it would be physically impossible for us to consume any more food and she dropped us off at a Santa Catalina, a Dominican convent in the middle of town. This convent has been around for hundreds and hundreds of years and, still, even now, today, has fifteen nuns enclosed within its walls. I was worried that the 21st century nuns would be ...

    Entry level to 2500 metres above sea level

    A travel blog entry by kfamily on May 31, 2015

    16 photos

    ... doesn't as he has previously been up high when he was working in Argentina and visited the Andes Mountains.

    A start with a short 10 minute drive to see the terraces which the Inca's had started and to this day they still farm like this here. The background view of the volcanos were stunning. The names are El Misti and Chachani. One is dormant and the other is active. The ...

    Arequipa, the white city

    A travel blog entry by kayna on Apr 03, 2015

    54 photos

    ... Our hostel was cheap, so we expected it to be a bit on the run down side. We did expect a toilet seat but none of the rooms had this 'luxury'. Also our en-suite was across the hallway. We ended up changing rooms for a third time when our toilet broke. It was very cheap.

    On Saturday 4th, we did some organising and some chores. Later we went to the Monasterio de Santa Catalina, a still active monastery covering 5 acres within the centre ...

    Flight of the Condors

    A travel blog entry by civilgator on Jan 29, 2015

    17 photos

    ... Peru from Bolivia was much less dramatic than the one from Argentina to Bolivia, but it was a lot less comfortable. For the sake of saving a bit of money I opted to organize my own travel across the border and on to Arequipa. It involved a short cab ride to the border town, the actually crossing (Bolivia charges an exit fee as well as an entrance), another short cab ride to a local bus station where I would catch a 3 hour collectivo to Puno. Puno is the biggest city close to ...


    A travel blog entry by helenandadam on Dec 10, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... bizarrely! Then we went to the Santa Catalina monastery (20,0000 square metres) a city within a city! In the 17th century in Arequipa, the first born daughter would enter an arranged marriage, the second born would go to the monastery and the third born would stay at home as look after the parents!! That's me to the monastery then! The first born son would get married, the ...