Las Torres de Ugarte

Address: 401 a Ugarte Street, Arequipa, Peru | 3 star hostel
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This 3 star hostel, located on 401 a Ugarte Street, Arequipa, is near The Cathedral of Arequipa, La Iberica Chocolate Shop, Sachaca, and Carlos Zarate Adventures.
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    Travel Blogs from Arequipa

    Il cielo a 2300 metri in Arequipa

    A travel blog entry by categianni on Jul 09, 2015

    2 comments, 33 photos

    La nottata in bus andata abbastanza bene, calcolando anche il fatto che abbiamo raggiunto 2300 metri di altitudine. Siamo ad Arequipa, seconda citt dopo Lima per grandezza. Un tassista 80enne ci lascia in albergo ma dato che ancora troppo presto la nostra camera non libera. Ci infiliamo nel primo caff che ci attira e ci godiamo in tutta …

    A Day Alone in Arequipa

    A travel blog entry by connieeasley on Aug 06, 2014

    6 photos

    ... beef over either potatoes or pasta, with vegetables. It is by far my favorite Peruvian dish. Kind of the Peruvian national our hamburger, only a lot more healthy.

    Then back to the hotel to pack for tomorrow's departure for Bolivia. So looking forward to it. It is a higher elevation (higher then 7,600 ft), so it will be colder. I am packing different clothes because I have a couple of friends at ...

    Zig Zag

    A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jun 16, 2014

    10 photos

    ... melting the ice on top of Ampato. Due to the offerings and clothing found with Juanita they speculate that she was Incan royalty; and also due to the excellent preservation of her body- they could analyze her stomach contents and they discovered chicha (fermented corn drink). Chicha was reserved for the Incas and for ceremonies only - and in the case of ceremonial use it was fermented for more than a year, increasing its strength. What this meant for Juanita was just prior to ...

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

    A travel blog entry by sranedwandering on May 21, 2010

    1 photo

    ... of roots, formed by the reeds. Islands are crafted by the implanting of sticks into large sections of the root, which are then secured to other sections with rope. Our guide explained that his ancestors used a natural fibre rope, which only lasted a few months, but that the new ropes last for about a year. Islands have a lifespan of about ten years in total. Layers of reeds are placed in a criss-cross pattern on top of the root base, ...