Hostal Cayma

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

Walled women and bold men

A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jul 11, 2015

5 comments

... while he did order some students killed, he did NOT embezzle any money, so it’s just not fair, because what’s a few students? And besides, everyone loved him. Everyone. And now everyone loves his daughter Keiko, who is once again running for President. This same guy also told us that one of Keiko’s biggest qualifications for being president is that she used to help her father out, when he was president. Which is funny, because, as ...

A New Type of Travel

A travel blog entry by karenmaker on Jun 24, 2015

... 60th year triple bucket list trip to Machu Picchu, the Amazon and the Galapagos we decided to book our very first group trip. Some friends and relatives have raved about Overseas Adventure Travel and we found this outfit would clearly be the easiest way for us to meet our travel needs without facing the hurdles of language and hours of planning time. We were fortunate in March that there was still space left on the ...

Colca Canyon

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on May 14, 2015

30 photos

We had to be at breakfast by 5:30 this morning. Chivay is the main entry way to the Colca valley and canyon and as such, everyone else is up and at breakfast at the same time to ensure they get to the canyon on time to see the condors. We drove on our truck into the valley, stopping at a few lookouts along the way. We had a local guide along who explained that the valley was about 110 kilometres long and then the ...

Flight of the Condors

A travel blog entry by civilgator on Jan 29, 2015

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... started at 5 AM with a 4 km trek up and out of the canyon. This was much more taxing because of the ascent but after two and a half hours I finally reached the top and was greeted by applause from fellow hikers and by some more spectacular views. We rested for a bit while we waited for our entire group to finish the climb then made our way back to Aerequipa. I considered this great practice for the four day jungle trek and subsequent 1,800 Incan stairs required to reach Machu ...

Peru - Lima

A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Jan 28, 2015

4 comments

Well friends we are in Lima! We arrived last night and hopped a cab to the hostel. We didn't really have much figured out. No idea what the exchange rate was. No idea what taxi to get into. No idea how much it should be from the airport to the hostel... But we did some quick airport research and hopped in a "green taxi" which is more expensive but safer. There was some confusion about where our hostel was but we got it all sorted. The area around the airport is ...