Hospedaje La Merced

Arequipa, 051, Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Arequipa

Happy Birthday to you!!!!

A travel blog entry by nloon


... and oopsie we ended up skipping dinner and heading straight for a late bar. Ah well sure, a good night was had by all!
The next day was a bit rough, but luckily we had the roof terrace to relax in the sun, so that we did for most of the day, until we decided it was time to go for an oreo McFlurry of course. Sitting outside the cathedral and who did we bump into but Jade and Toby again! So we pulled ourselves together and went for ...

Volcanoes, canyons and an earthquake

A travel blog entry by danarol


... to the first. We were starving so even though it was late we went out to get some food. It was a Saturday night so everyone was out in their fancy clothes, skinny jeans, heels, make up and smelling of perfume. And there we were, looking and smelling like dishevelled tramps. We didn't care, we just needed to eat then get to bed. One of the most beautiful parts of Arequipa is the Santa Catalina Monastery, it was built in 1579 in a mudejar style. It is often called ...

Canyon Country

A travel blog entry by jessandjim


... and I felt quite honoured but also completely unsure of what to do- they seem to just take very small steps in time or not with the music. When they started to wander out of the square I was reminded of The Pied Piper leading his unassuming child followers off to the unknown and suggested to Jim that this was possibly time to break away. The drunken men accepted this with a smelly drunken hug.

We had actually done some pre planning for the ...

The white city of Arequipa

A travel blog entry by alexennis269


... Incas to access the higher reaches of the mountain manifested themselves again. The snow melted, revealing beneath it hundreds of years of history which is what prompted Johan Reinhard and his team to undertake the expedition. It is remarkable, considering the difficulty with which they scaled the mountain in the modern age, with state of the art mountaineering equipment, that the Incas were able to do it back in those days, equipped with only the most primitive gear.

Colca Canyon Tour

A travel blog entry by jamie083

This is a top pick!

... few close calls but no one was injured. Also spent some time playing 'catch the dog', which was pretty much impossible. Dinner was more rice and potatoes which was not good at all so Buck got a huge dinner. Had an early night because we had to be up at 6am the next morning to hike out of the canyon. We were told it was 3 hours of steep climbing to get to the top. However, we could use different transportation: mules. Now, I'm usually well up for a hike but decided to take a mule ...


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