La Compania Hostal

Address: Moran 109, Arequipa, AQP, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Moran 109, Arequipa, is near Plaza de Armas, Yanahuara, El Misti, and Chachani.
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      Travel Blogs from Arequipa

      Arequipa, Peru

      A travel blog entry by beccie_andy on May 20, 2014

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      ... an hour or so along the edge of the canyon.

      Another 3 - 4 hours drive and we were back in Arequipa. I think our guide was glad to see the back of us. He'd jumped up and down when someone had moved 6 feet away from one of the photo points to take a photo from a different angle and he'd nearly had a heart attack when we had chosen to go to a cheap local place down the road for lunch rather than the over-priced tourist place he had tried ...

      Days 125 - 126: Arequipa, Peru

      A travel blog entry by tksa on Jan 30, 2014

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      ... 8217;t wait to cook it at home.

      The experience finished with a Pisco Sour (Peru’s national cocktail) making course. We tried the spirit, Pisco, straight and then learnt to combine it with egg white, sugar syrup and lime juice to make the famous cocktail. We left very full and a bit tipsy, vowing to cook everything we’d learnt for everyone back home.

      Tuesday 28th January - Day 126


      A travel blog entry by rainman2468 on Dec 04, 2013

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      ... to sit through hearing about it). This meant we were able to enjoy the extra room all the way to Cusco. Very happy with that. Megan managed to sleep a large chunk of the drive. I managed to start and finish (which is very rare) a book, although it was missing a couple of pages in the middle which helped out (although not with understanding the storyline). Looking forward to Cusco and not having to get back on the truck for 9-days :-)

      Bus, Lake, Bus, City, Bus, Canyon, Bus, City, Bus

      A travel blog entry by sranedwandering on May 21, 2010

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      ... the Uros have lost their original language, today’s inhabitants can still trace their ancestry to pre-Incan times and many specific cultural ideologies and methods have been retained, despite the boatloads of gringos turning up every day to try eating a reed and stumbling over on the squashy reed floor. Indeed, it is thought that the culture may be entirely lost by now (considering the numbers of Uros people who had been emigrating ...