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 & Colca Canyon Trek

A travel blog entry by sanafijioz on Apr 01, 2015

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... path to the bridge. At the bridge there was an old man checking that we had boletos touristico. We
walked/wobbled across the rickety bridge. We walked up the steep canyon wall in search of the village where we were to stay overnight, San Juan. On the way to the village we spoke to a lady who told us the name of her hostel-which she said was in the village. A bit ...

Coca Canyon

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Jan 03, 2015

... we went into. It was 5sols just to cross the rope bridge to the complex so I just hung around the other side of the river feeling tired. We also stopped to see llamas, alapacas and pequenos but the novelty of those wore off about a month ago.

We got back into town around 5:30pm. Whilst the tour was okay enough (a lot of time in a bus) I wouldn't recommend it. It ended up being pretty expensive; with the buffet lunch being 30 sols, and the park entry ...

Nick's First Trek

A travel blog entry by daveandcat on Oct 14, 2014

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... The river was a bit tamer than the Suarez in Colombia, but we still all managed to get drenched. The scariest part for me came near the end when the guide got us all to jump off a high rock into the river. It took quite a lot of encouragement for me to jump! The boys had to jump without hesitation after all the "it'll be fine, you're wearing a life jacket" and "it's not that high" lines they were reeling off to me. The main attraction ...

Clomping Around Caral

A travel blog entry by on Sep 13, 2014

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The hills on the outskirts of Peru are covered with shanty towns. People come from outside Peru, find a spot in the desert, stick a flag in the dirt to claim it as theirs. Soon 100s of others do the same, pretty soon you have a town, the government builds roads, brings water and electricity, and you have a new subdivision. ...

Architectural Arequipa and Colca Canyon

A travel blog entry by lizemma10 on Apr 12, 2014

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... flat walk through the luscious green farmyards on one side and cliff edge on the other. Finally we reached our destination for the night a small village named San Yuan home to 7 families, housing one small school for 4 children. Once we were shown our small basic room for the night, a stone brick bungalow, with cobble flooring, and no electricity. 3pm, we had lunch, a yummy vegetable soup with a rice dish, accompanied with Alpaca meat, onions and tomatoes. We really felt like we ...

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