Hostal Cayma

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

Mantarani then off to Arequipa

A travel blog entry by geosand

... to leave Arequipa at 5. we headed out in this slow cumbersome bus. we shred the road with many many large slow trucks. we finally made it to the outskirts of Arequipa at 1650 and were told we still had about 20 minutes to the monastery. we had a mini mutiny and asked that we stop at a gas station and then turn the bus around. we headed back to the port at 1710 without seeing one white building nor ...

Warm up for the Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by sarahrtw

... the arid Atacama desert, which made for interesting scenery at first, but after 34 hours, the novelty wore off! From Arica, I took a collectivo (a shared taxi) to Tacna, the town on the Peruvian side of the border. This was only 40 mins and convenient, as the driver took care of all the paperwork. The last leg of the journey was to Arequipa, a 7 hour journey! So, after 51 hours on buses and two border crossings, I had arrived in Peru!



A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96


... sea level. Its recommended we drink lots of water which we started to do. We went for a good breakfast nearby as our rooms were not yet ready. We also had to start to aclimatise for our Inca Trek so we got into the local tradition of chewing Coca Leaves and having Coca sweets. We did a walking tour with our CEO, Cynthia as this was her home town. We visited ...

Day 19 Lima

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble


... I was about to get all cosy when I realised someone had nicked my two favourite items. My eye patches and ear plugs. The hostel is so bright and noisy and I treasured these items but it wasn't meant to be, this let to a horrible night sleep and I was also walking up every hour to text Sarah. Dam the time difference. Tomorrow there is a massive party at the hostel. So it's time to get drunk. Il let you know how it ...


A travel blog entry by gretchenwolf


... top floor, food service( Thank you, but I'll pass ) blankets, pillows, movies, and a lovely German doctor seat mate named, Daniel. A restless night of sleep in a reclining seat led me to waking at 5:30am. I looked out the curtain to see the light of the sunrise over the desert in a lovely, but eerie glow. Miles of rolling dunes of flesh-colored coastal land and the Pacific crashing against the rocks below- almost like a ...


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