El Cumbe Inn

Address: Atahualpa 345, Cajamarca, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Atahualpa 345, Cajamarca.
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Travel Blogs from Cajamarca

Cajamarca and the last Incan King.

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Aug 09, 2014

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... bird design on a weaves bag I might go bag for that we have not seen before. We decided to head towards the shopping mall as we have run out of a few things and we wanted to pick up something for breakfast the next day. We walked towards it passed many staring people to buy shampoo and conditioner. It's still a nice feeling to walk through a shopping mall after so long. After dinner we booked our tours for the next day. We are heading out to Cumbe Mayo a set of ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 07, 2014

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... 8217;s an amazing pre-Inca irrigation
channel, the majority of it precision carved in stone with wonderful curves,
straight edges and corners to avoid obstacles & also to slow down water
flow. It is set in a lush valley at over 3300m and travels for 5 miles to move
water from the rainy eastern slopes towards the drier Pacific slopes. There are
also stone seats, altars and petroglyphs carved into the construction and
nearby stones, including crosses, Halleys ...

Northern Peruvian Andes

A travel blog entry by chrisfox93 on Jul 03, 2013

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... was kept captive and have some hot springs. I ended up having my own personal Jacuzzi esque spring which was pretty awesome. And finally visited the ventanillas de rogorao (defo check spelling haha) which is a series (over 400) of graves carved into the side of the hill just outside the town. However the next night I went to this tiny little bar where there were ...

Transfer to Cajamarca

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on May 04, 2013

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Today was a transfer day with no visits en route. It was a dreadful journey - 8 1/2 hours on mostly single track unpaved roads winding up and down 4 mountain passes - up to 3600m and down to 700m in an hour. Thankfully Alejandro is a wonderful patient driver. The only time I couldn't look was when we were reversing uphill with a shear drop at the side to a passing place to let a big truck pass. The most uncomfortable bit was where they have blasted ...

Eating guinea pig

A travel blog entry by petemacleod on Nov 08, 2011

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... to turn the head away as I ate it. It tasted a little like roast chicken but there was barely any meat. The Peruvians encouraged me to eat the skin. The other girls at the table were a bit grossed out. I wouldn´t have it again (very poor value for money) but at least I can say I´ve tried it. I thing the worst part was realising later that I had eaten a rodent. I didn`t have my camara with me but attached is a picture of how it is served.