Hostal Cayma

Address: Urb. El Bosque No. 18, Cayma, Arequipa, 04016, Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Arequipa

Our Bolivian Adventure

A travel blog entry by shalliday on Apr 02, 2015

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... The children are able to leave and go to school and the wives also are allowed to leave to sell the goods that their husbands make on the inside! Do not ask me how this system works because it is mind boggling but apparently it seems to! The next stop was again the witches market, however it was fascinating to hear some of the stories the guide had as he is a trained doctor (they have to take a year out before they can start practising hence being a tour guide) and he ...

Nazca to Arequipa

A travel blog entry by steve.caroline on Feb 26, 2015

4 photos

A full day of travel awaits as we continue south to the town of Arequipa. Day 5 is a very long driving day and will include rest stops and lunch included at Oasis Camana.
Peru’s second most important city after Lima, Arequipa maintains a traditional colonial style and more laid back pace in comparison with the capital. Sitting at 2325 m (7626 ft) above sea level and surrounded by the Andes mountains, ...

From Bolivia to Peru

A travel blog entry by curto on Nov 30, 2014

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... bus, but our border crossing wasn't without event, as it turns out we had over stayed by a day, not all our fault as we had tried to extend it earlier in the month where they told us it was to early to do so, Bolivian bureaucracy at its core. So, at the immigration counter we were found out, thankfully my guy was as above board as you would hope in a developing nation, in so much as he was corrupt, and for a bribe of 20bs (2) tucked in his pocket I was able to pass. Martina ...

Reed Islands of Uros

A travel blog entry by micknmila on Oct 16, 2014

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... slightly. Lake Titicaca is enormous. It's the largest and highest navigable lake in the world. Some 160 kms long and 60 kms wide, you can't see the sides or ends. The lake is a fresh water body of water - some 200+ metres at its deepest point and the water's quite cold. We spent hours inside the Uros people's homes and exploring their stores and communal buildings. This place was incredible. They took us for ...

Arequipa, Nuns and the white city.

A travel blog entry by karry2014 on Aug 28, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... to the studies that have been done she was high and drunk when they whacked her in the head with this sceptre thing, so I suppose that is some sort of empathy.
Then to top things off the volcano erupted in 1995 and she rolled down the hill for someone to find. She supposed to be about twelve but only looks maybe seven or eight!
Now she's in this dark frozen case on view for six months of the year to all and sundry. Like I said macabre really!