Hospedaje La Merced

Arequipa, 051, Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Arequipa

The most pleasant city in South America?

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey


... for the tour, which was led by an enthusiastic and quick-speaking local. The tour was fantastic, fitting a lot in - quick visits to the Plaza de Armas, Plaza San Francisco, nearby museums and old colonial houses (huge houses with numerous courtyards and countless rooms); churches; monasteries; and the university; not to mention trying some local foods including churros, queso helada (cheese icecream is only the nickname; it is actually a delicious ...

Colca Canyon day 1

A travel blog entry by rohanfariss

... it to our destination, as oasis of palms trees and greenery amongst the cactus and dust. After a quick swim in the pool we were invited to play football against the local guides. The pitch was much better than we imagined, covered in lush grass with solid posts and both ends. Goats watched on as Gringos Utd claimed a extra time winner over the locals. Collie scores a screamer to win the game ...

Dinner Party and Running

A travel blog entry by augsabroad


... separated the egg yolks. I even found some bitters at a liquor store, which I was really excited about. Using the hostel blender, we whipped up the pisco sours and added the egg white to get it frothy. For the first round, I used a little too much ice and not enough pisco, but the second round I got it just right by adding more pisco, more sugar, and less ice. They were delicious. They also made our run this morning difficult by just enough.

Along the coast to Arequipa

A travel blog entry by jim.coates


I have always been a little scared of the drive down the coast from Nazca to Arequipa. The road is beautiful, and dangerous. Much of it is cut out of a huge sand and rock slope that starts way above and runs smoothly down to the ocean below. Going South is the worst, because you are always on the ocean side of the road. Driving in a car is a little easier, because you develop a false sense of security being inside ...


A travel blog entry by kezzah16


... life alpacas, Limas and deers running about. The tour took about two hours so afterwards we went to a swiss run crepe restaurant for lunch which was recommended in our guide book. They served both sweet and savoury crepes and they were the best we've ever tasted. Everyone's food was fantastic and definitely worth the visit. We then went for a look around the craft markets, selling everything you could possibly wish ...


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