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

9 photos

... the old path! Great! The old path wasn’t so much a path, more a steep rubbly vertical climb. Jack disturbed a bees nest and got stung:/ We finally made it to our hostel (after first turning into another hostel, mistaking it for ours). Got a room then went down to the hostels natural pool. We didn’t stay in for long because the sun was going down so the water ...

Attractive Arequipa

A travel blog entry by ambulantali on Nov 07, 2014

1 comment, 93 photos

... the ingredients for any dish because it’s already a given that there will be some kind served with your meal. The meat counters were also an eye-opener. I don’t think there is ANY part of the animal that is not sold at these places – you can see my photo to make up your own minds!

So on to the hostel story. Wild Rover is an ‘Irish’ themed hostel, but really all that means is that it’s known as a party place and the staff get drunk as ...

Colca canyon

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Nov 01, 2014

24 photos

... Went to market for a quick look around before having to head back to the wild rover in Arequipa. Now i wasnt exactly excited about having to stay at the wild rover anyway but when we got there we found out Peru hop has booked us into a 20 person dorm, just what you need when the hostel is holding a party and i have to be up for the bus at 6am tomorrow. Most folk went hard last night so are dead so i was confident it will be quiet tonight, if ...

Clomping Around Caral

A travel blog entry by on Sep 13, 2014

26 photos

... 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. ...

Walking around Arequipa

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Aug 26, 2014

33 photos

... them eating guinea pig, corn and chilis. The painting also had coca leaves on the table. We continued to convent courtyards which was highly decorated and had high doors so you could enter on horseback. A vendor selling 'queso helado' (frozen cheese) let us have a taste and it was delicious. It's actually just ice cream and was given it's name because of what it looks like. Up the stairs, the views from second floor were amazing - Volcans Misti ...

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