Hostal la Cuesta de Cayma

Av. Cayma 208, Arequipa, Peru | Hotel
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Arequipa 02/11/13-05/11/13 days 62-65

A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris


... all over. Because much of the city was lost, much of the buildings were modern so it wasn't as interesting as Cusco. Like the other walking tour we sampled some food and drink (more chocolate tea!!!) and visited some different areas of the city. We went to a lovely park and slid down a massive slide! We also went to a museum/shop/factory/sanctuary where we learnt about the llama and alpaca wool used to make clothes. We were able to feel the most valuable wool in the world ...

Reality of Life

A travel blog entry by burkley


... which they were so grateful. The most distressing part was our donations would almost equate to a week's wage.

Returning from the tour Maddie and I hadn't been to the local city market and as it was around the corner from the hostel we stopped by and saw all the fresh produce. The fruit and vegetables looked great but the meat section requires some guts. Excuse the pun. We bought half a kilo of strawberries for our breakfast in the morning which only cost us $1 AUD.


Guinea pig anyone?

A travel blog entry by gringo_sange


... ate, so it probably wasn't that good.

I then headed off to put my name down for a Peruvian cooking class (the trouble with travelling solo is that all activities require a minimum of 2 people) and meandered through Arequipa's old town.

The next days in Arequipa were a lot of fun - white water rafting on the Chili River (with said volcanoes keeping an eye on things) with the Americans, and a Peruvian cooking class with what felt like every German speaking tourist that ...

Turistas on the Go... and At Rest

A travel blog entry by kimb3r


... I am going to have to ride down on THIS surface I start to get a little worried. While I have plenty of cycling experience on paved roads I'm a total novice when it comes to off road cycling. This may prove to be a bit of challenge. But what goes up must come down so I guess I have no other option but to jump on the bike and hope that I'm a quick learner. I comfort myself with the thought that the ride will be all downhill and no physical exertion will be required. Boy, was I ...

6 Thursday, Arequipa

A travel blog entry by lisaraewyn


... There are a couple factories near the beaches and lots of farming in the valleys.

We stop for lunch about 1:45pm (having travelled about 2/3 of the journey). We are now in the mountains and will not see the coast again until we reach Quito. We enjoy pasta and potato salad by cook group 2 for our last camping meal until the Inca Trail. Most of the passing trucks and cars toot at us. We're on the road again 2:30pm after the washing up, for a ...

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This hotel, located on Av. Cayma 208, Arequipa, is near Plaza de Armas, Yanahuara, and Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano.
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