Hostal Cayma

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

World Heritage Site , Festive parade

A travel blog entry by sa2013 on Jan 31, 2015

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... cover. Our next couple of days adjusting to the altitude here at 7300 feet and preparing for the Colca Canyon trip at 12 to 15 thousand feet gives us a chance to explore much more both on foot and bicycle. Our hosts at La Casa Tin Tin hostel are great and have provided us with all the info we need to explore the area and book the Colca trip. The hostel sits along the Rio Chili with great views of the local volcanoes that have just had their first ...

Day 25-27 - eat-siesta-fiesta

A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 16, 2014

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... stop at a McDonalds and a park full of cats (surreal experience) at gone 5:30. I did a spot of cleaning (I have tendencies, remember) and was in bed by 6am. I put off my trip to Larcomar with Bruno for Sunday. Instead, I had breakfast lunch and dinner at Pardos chicken and continued to work on the leadership program for my trip to Puerto. Sunday involved a run around the golf course, a trip to Vivanda for the most expensive shop so far (Nutella is like ...


A travel blog entry by canalannie on Sep 16, 2014

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... traffic around them. Walking around the square we saw a few men with typewriters tapping away on forms, asking our guide he tells us that they are employed by the bank to assist customers who do not have computers or maybe can not write as all forms have to be typed rather than written. The vast majority of the historical roads around the square were restaurants with balconies, the views across the town were amazing and made the climb to the top worth while. The most ...

2nd visit no one ill this time

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jul 31, 2014

... stone sculptures could be seen joining colonial and indigenous symbolism. We also visited an alpaca and llama wool factory and saw the animals, wool bales and weavers using the wool with traditional weaving backstrap looms. It was an excellent walking tour.There is also a famous convent taking a whole block called Santa Catalina Monastry which is like a small city inside the high wall. We saw this cloistered citadel last time so tomorrow vwe will vist ...


A travel blog entry by robinturner on Jul 19, 2014

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... of "Peruvian" goods - some that are handcrafted and others that are mass produced. I bought a few things, but we've been told the Cusco is cheaper, so I will wait to shop there. Besides, I wasn't overly impressed with many of the items there. There were a few nice things, but a large amount of junk.

We went back to the house for ...