La Posada de Sancho

Address: Santa Catalina 223-A, Arequipa, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Santa Catalina 223-A, Arequipa.
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Travel Blogs from Arequipa

Arequipa 24th - 26th of July

A travel blog entry by mariekell on Jul 24, 2015

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Day 2 -

We woke up in the middle of the night (2.40!!!). Literally as we were getting up people were only stumbling in the door after being out. We waited in the hostel lobby area for our tour bus to arrive. It was meant to arrive at 3am but it didnt arrive until 3.50 so we were not happy campers!!!!! Punctuality really isnt a strong point of most Peruvian people. We then had a three hour bus journey to look forward too until we stopped ...

Arequipa Day 1

A travel blog entry by aaronhunt on Apr 28, 2015

Arrived in Arequipa early in the morning. Hotel rooms weren't ready yet so we all set off for breakfast. Ham and cheese croissant with a hot chocolate hit the spot after a not so enjoyable night. After we wandered around and then headed back to the hotel. We organised to take taxis up to the lookout point. I went with Thea, Jenny and Siren. We were the second car to leave and got to a lookout point with no one there. After waiting a bit a second taxi arrived with more of the group. ...

Bus ride to Arequipa where it is warm!

A travel blog entry by isabelle134 on Feb 12, 2015

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... people busy working in the land.
We climbed, went over a pass at 4413m, and around the corner, a lovely lake, inclosed by hills, and a little in the mist. Oups no, it is just the windows of the bus that get damp, because outside it is getting so cold ;-)
We continued climbing, and passed 4528m. Another plateau. A village, quite depressing, concrete barracks, no chimney nowhere. I had no idea how they heated the house, if ever the ...


A travel blog entry by emmawinslade on Nov 21, 2014

Arequipa is possibly the most beautiful city I visited in Peru. The drive was a lot of fun, we sang and danced and I have a new love for passion fruit. It's my new favourite fruit, which is a bit annoying as it's so expensive in England and hard to get a good one. When we arrived, we did boring jobs like getting money out and I was so hungry, so a few of us went for pizza, garlic bread and a pisco sour for pretty cheap. I then booked to trek colca ...

Clomping Around Caral

A travel blog entry by on Sep 13, 2014

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... covered with a blanket of blue wildflowers. Where does the water come from? The fog. The only moisture this mountain gets is from the fog, and it's enough to turn the mountain from dirt to thriving. If only they could find a way to irrigate the entire desert, this would be the breadbasket of Peru. In the irrigated valleys we saw corn, sugar cane, squash, bananas, peppers, avocados, grapes and all sorts of citrus. ...

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