La Posada De Cayma

Address: Leon XIII L-19, Arequipa, ., Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Leon XIII L-19, Arequipa, is near Yanahuara, San Francisco Plaza, Church and Monestery, and Casa del Moral.
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Travel Blogs from Arequipa

How can you lose a million people?

A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 08, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... Chivay. While we are away the hotel in Arequipa will store the bulk of the luggage and we will make do with a smallish rucksack that we have been carrying empty specially for this phase of the plan.   The booking system for our seats was simple and direct: I was handed a printed copy of the seat plan and asked to write my name in the space corresponding to our desired seats. A handwritten receipt was created for each purchased seat and off we ...

The Colca Canyon

A travel blog entry by lizzie.hunscott on Oct 04, 2014

40 photos

... sleep walking to start off we, as we literally rolled out of bed and then started! It was a hard walk up, but beautiful watching the sun hit the canyon as the sun rose. We managed to get up in 2 hours which we thought was good going! It was lovely to be at the top! We then had a well deserved breakfast and then actually swapped guides. Our new guide was a Brazillian legend! He was so chilled out and was constanly playing tune after tune, which made the 6 hour journey back great ...

Not the most exciting town

A travel blog entry by angela_louise on Sep 09, 2014

13 photos

We woke up on the bus to find ourselves in a massive sprawling city. We took a taxi to our hotel and luckily our room was ready so we could wash and clean our teeth. We also did some laundry, finally. We then went out to explore Arequipa. Firstly we went to a viewpoint, where you can see El Misti volcano through some pretty archways, making for a picture that's on 1000 postcards. The volcano was pretty big, so ...

Juanita and the Guinea Pig

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Aug 27, 2014

6 photos

... specialising in local cuisine, which was close to the mirador. It wasn't quite where we expected but after walking through a few small cobbled streets, we came across the small entrance of La Nueva Palomino. There was a huge queue of people outside waiting to go in and we decided that we should put our name down and wait because it had been talked up so much. It didn't take too long to get a table and as we were led into the restaurant there wasn't an empty table to ...

Zig Zag

A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jun 16, 2014

10 photos

... cobblestone streets. It was a monastery for the wealthy with the women's families paying 2,000 silver coins for their entry. The women brought along with them a maid and a servant; the new nuns living it up in the style to which they were accustomed. After almost three centuries of these hedonistic goings-on, a strict Dominican nun arrived to straighten things out. The complex remained shrouded in mystery until it was forced open to the pub­lic in 1970. At one time 450 ...