Casa Vieja

Address: Jr. Chincha Alta 569, Chachapoyas, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Jr. Chincha Alta 569, Chachapoyas, is near Revash.
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    Travel Blogs from Chachapoyas

    Ecuador to Peru - a very relaxing border crossing

    A travel blog entry by lisaworldwide on Dec 08, 2014

    ... the blogs I had been reading, roads have improved a little and our journey was relatively uneventful. That said it was entertaining seeing the difference in apprpaches at the border: in Ecuador we wandered into the migration office where the police officer took his feet off the desk, entered our details into a spreadsheet and waved us out of the country. After strolling across the 'no-mans-land' bridge we entered the immigration office in Peru to join the queue of ...

    Waterfalls, Rain and Loud Peruvian Pop Music

    A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Sep 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... waterfalls and soon I was able to see quite clearly the Chinata Falls and Pabellon Falls tumbling down the vegetation dominated escarpment. These two smaller ones looked very impressive from this distance, the recent rains having swelled them nicely in this ‘strange’ dry season.


    At the top of the road, two tracks lead off in opposite directions, one back towards Chachapoyas past Chinata and Pabellon. The other over a fence into a ...

    Untouched - And Unvisited - Ancient Ruins

    A travel blog entry by texasnomads on Feb 17, 2009

    6 photos

    ... British travelers this time in my taxi, and a French family of 3 in another taxi and we headed out to Karijia. Again, it was approximately 3 hours to the site where the 7 of us walked down through a beautiful valley to a small waterfall. Way up on the side of the cliff were 5 sarcophagi in the shape of men. Apparently, the Chachapoyas people buried their dead in little, tight coffins, then built a sturdier wooden structure around it, and finally molded a man-shaped figure around it ...