Hostal Estefania

Address: San Juan de Dios 107 - A, Arequipa, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on San Juan de Dios 107 - A, Arequipa, is near The Cathedral of Arequipa, San Francisco Plaza, Church and Monestery, La Iberica Chocolate Shop, and Casa del Moral.
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        Travel Blogs from Arequipa

        Uyuni to Arequipa

        A travel blog entry by travel_whispers on Oct 25, 2015

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        ... arrive at 8pm, and we only arrived after 10pm. Luckily there were some taxi drivers and I was able to get to my hostel quite quickly. However, I only had a 100 soles note and a 50 soles note on me, and the taxi fare was 10 soles. When I plucked out the 50 soles note the taxi driver started shaking his head and say "no, no, no" - but luckily not in a bad way, just indicating he doesn't have change. It ended up with the taxi driver leaving his car in the middle of the ...

        Nuns and Pisco Sours galore in la ciudad blanca!

        A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Oct 23, 2015

        57 photos

        ... why do we have to pay for their mistake?!), and he managed to persuade the guy to let us through with just the B$60... Almost half the original hostage price... Good job, Josh! Josh told me to smile and thank the man on our way out (basically stop sulking!), as if we ****** him off, he could just decide to not let us leave Bolivia... It sucks, but in the end, you have to (annoyingly) keep these guys happy... So we made it to Peru! PHEW. At least we have learnt a ...

        Day 31: Ice Ice Lady

        A travel blog entry by gregros on Aug 27, 2015

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        ... her body was almost perfecty perserved. When we got back to the hotel, I managed to have a quick skype chat with Emma and Holly. Ricardo then lead us on a walk around the city. He took us past the main sites and to a huge market. He pointed out that various stalls were selling alpaca foetuses. These are bought by farmers and buried in the land as offerings before and after a harvest. He told us that you could buy frog juice at the market. This is exacty what you ...

        Good Sports

        A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jul 09, 2015


        ... and terraces with
        bouganvilla. As the minutes ticked by,
        we checked our watches, and fidgeted, but, as you know, we are a polite bunch
        and we followed and listened and nodded and appreciated.

        We arrived at the restaurant at 8:35. “What the hell?” the maître d said politely,
        (rough translation) “Your reservation was for half an hour ago. You’re too late now.”

        All of us except ...

        Colca Canyon

        A travel blog entry by lisakresky on May 14, 2015

        30 photos

        ... the hotel. The room I was sharing with two other girls had immensely high ceilings. We went out to try and find dinner. Nonetheless, because of the protests, there wasn't much open. The other two girls settled on empanadas while I chose to just go back to the hotel and snack on some crackers. Our guide from earlier in the day said that the protests would be over tomorrow. Hopefully that is true so we can go out and see ...