La Casa de Ana-Peru

Address: Calle Tacna 806, Arequipa, 54, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Calle Tacna 806, Arequipa, is near Colca Canyon, Yanahuara, and La Compañia and cloisters.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews La Casa de Ana-Peru Arequipa

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    Travel Blogs from Arequipa

    Je zou bijna non worden...

    A travel blog entry by patuzeltje on Apr 22, 2015

    20 photos

    De vlucht heeft meer dan drie uur vertraging (weer Amaszonas, niet best) en duurt maar drie kwartier.

    Bij ons hostel worden we verwelkomd door Ana, die ook nog een paar woorden Nederlands spreekt. Een spontane, vrolijke dame die veel goede tips heeft.

    We hebben een fijne, ruime kamer met warme douche en het is hier stukken …

    Moed verzamelen voor de lange reis

    A travel blog entry by patuzeltje on Apr 25, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Terug bij Ana (we mochten alle spullen een nacht laten staan zonder te betalen) waar we nog twee nachten blijven om de volgende ochtend vroeg de ellelange busreis naar Nazca te nemen (ruim 9 uur).

    Good Sports

    A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jul 09, 2015


    ... of us
    who are traveling together: we are all of us rule-followers. We’ve all been warned by our husbands to be
    polite, not to complain, not to lose our tempers, not to hog the sheets when we
    have share a bed. None of us want to be the
    loud-mouthed American, the high-maintenance real-housewife, the person you sit
    next to on the bus who elbows you every 2 minutes, sighs too much, who scratches her head loudly and then sucks on her ...

    South American Journey Begins

    A travel blog entry by travellerbenj on Apr 11, 2015

    1 comment

    ... in hammocks in a beach commune and did this beautiful hike to a local town, to get there we had to go through caves and over these huge boulders which really made you feel like a child again. The local community wear these weird pure white dresses and were living in these huts on the hill. It was totally baffling but amazing just walkin around the huts. After tayrona we headed down to Medellin and said goodbye to beach life for what was looking like it could be a ...

    Uyuni and The Salt Flats

    A travel blog entry by connieeasley on Aug 11, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... hot. I was sitting right by the window (very tinted) in the car, but it didn't matter. Should have worn a hat. Everyone wears hats! Who knew?

    I think the most interesting thing was the "Salt Hotel". Yup! Made entirely of salt blocks. Even the beds....with mattresses on top. It looks just like ice, only it isn't cold. I have included photos. 26 rooms and stays booked. I would stay there....for 1 night, but there isn't a ...