Santa Marta

Santa Marta 207, Arequipa, 054, Peru | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located on Santa Marta 207, Arequipa, is near The Cathedral of Arequipa, La Compañia and cloisters, La Iberica Chocolate Shop, and Carlos Zarate Adventures.
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    Travel Blogs from Arequipa

    Peru Hop

    A travel blog entry by lct570 on Jul 27, 2014

    11 photos

    ... t quit barking! The next day started with a visit by boat obviously (Lisa was happy) to the Ballestas Islands to see more wildlife. Dubbed the "Poor Man's Gallapagos" for good reason and having been to the actual Gallapagos only a few weeks ago we weren't overawed at the goings on there. After our trip we got some brunch in the only restaurant on the promenade/beach front that looked decent - it turns out the food was, when it finally arrived, but the service left something to ...

    Unexpected Arequipa

    A travel blog entry by kelliacurtis on Jun 06, 2014

    ... pig was about as good as you can imagine. The other food was fine. I like trying new things and I need to cut way back on my food intake anyway.

    This town is lovely in so many ways. I’m a little sad to leave tomorrow. I have a feeling I could wander through this place for days on end, always discovering something new. Yet, the trek to Machu Picchu is coming and Cusco is our next stop on our way. Adios Arequipa, until we meet ...

    Not particularly happy with this post, FYI.

    A travel blog entry by kendahlc on May 27, 2014

    ... but instead we were laying flat on the boards, on our stomachs going head first. I was pretty terrified considering these dunes are hundreds of feet tall and almost straight down but it was incredibly fun! We were supposed to have our legs touching the sand for balance and friction but on the last one I decided to lift them because it was starting to really hurt, and I went ridiculously fast. There were a group of Australian guys who came dune ...

    Flying High With The Condors

    A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Apr 26, 2014

    2 comments, 92 photos

    ... sad looking Inukshuk but with DH (where the 'D’ stands for “Don’t Do heavy labour”) only contributing pebbles I’m not sure we’ve done Canada proud. It doesn’t seem to matter how long we spend at higher altitudes we always find ourselves desperately short of breath (DH says I’m always like that in her presence?)- maybe it was all the anticipation of our dinnertime pizza (hold the ham & cheese)?? ...

    Warm up for the Inca Trail

    A travel blog entry by sarahrtw on Dec 18, 2013

    ... 1' mojitos, until the bar ran out of the two bottles of rum they had! We had an early night, as we had to leave at 5am the next morning the climb back up what we had just descended!

    The next morning, bleary eyed, we started our ascent. It was a tough climb, as the gradient was constantly steep, and the terrain full of loose rocks and gravel, whcih made it extra hard. I was feeling the altitude towards the top, but kept thinking that it ...