Hostal Cayma

El Bosque No 18, Arequipa, Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Arequipa

Working in a huaca in Lima

A travel blog entry by franmullineux


... evening Maritza and I went to the cinema which was good fun, helped by the fact that the film was in English (with Spanish subtitles). On Sunday I had booked on a trip to Isla Pallomena to see the sea lions there. First of all we went to a submarine museum, all a little bit odd! I declined the chance to go on the submarine itself as I find them quite claustrophobic and instead sat outside chatting to an American girl who was travelling with her son and mother, Sabrina. We all found ...


A travel blog entry by david_irina


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Let the travels re-commence..!

A travel blog entry by sarahrtw

... long, being a Japanese tourist seemed an attractive way to spend a day!

I assumed that our fellow passengers would be tourists from outside Peru or South America, but it turned out that us three were the only English speaking ones. Despite this, our lovely guide made sure to repeat everything in English after he had said it in Spanish. We started off in the city centre,and then made our way out towards ...

Day 28

A travel blog entry by travel2013-2014

Today was an angry day. Stupid plaza vea ppl. Got me into bad mood. Grocery shopping and cooking. Finally we got to book to climb chachani,6075m. Wish us good luck. We were both angry with each other for about 20 mins. Freddie was angry because I complained a lot on him. I was angry because Freddie brought our marriage into question. But love mends all. Although we ...

Steak Night

A travel blog entry by nathanandclare


... test at 17, the one she has been keeping since the dark ages and it's not even a 1 litre- it's basically a pencils case on wheels. Anyway, as I was saying, 9 people, 3 taxis, except we are in South America, so that would be 2 taxis, the first one snuggly fitting four people, and the second one jam packed with 5 people. I wouldn't mind so much but this particular taxi only had two back seats, so I had to sit in the middle and have one of our family Tash on my lap, no seatbelt so ...


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