Hotel Costa Del Sol Cajamarca

Jr. Cruz de Piedra 707, Cajamarca, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jr. Cruz de Piedra 707, Cajamarca.
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    Travel Blogs from Cajamarca

    Cajamarca and the last Incan King.

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Aug 09, 2014

    42 photos

    ... five miles in length. The aqueduct collected water from the Atlantic watershed and redirected it on its way to the Pacific Ocean. It is thought to have been constructed around 1500 B.C. First we walked down the hill to the first set of rock formations where we saw some petroglyphs carved into a cave around 3000 years ago. Then to get to the valley we had to pass through the rock formation by squeezing through a very tight cave space. Vicki put her light on at one ...


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 07, 2014

    30 photos

    ... clearest one.

    Unfortunately we had to rush around as people had been late
    and we had a stupidly long stop to look at the view over town and buy coca
    chicle (coca leaf chewing gum). Had I known there were going to be so many
    locals out begging around the site I might have brought some of the
    complimentary soaps I’ve been gathering to dish out to the grubbiest
    individuals – there is obviously no shortage of water!

    At the end we got to ...

    Northern Peruvian Andes

    A travel blog entry by chrisfox93 on Jul 03, 2013

    44 photos

    ... br> Currently trying to decide whether to adventure into the far northern highlands to visit a shaman. I feel I should, given that’s what my dissertations was on but it’s one hell of mission to get there (15 hours each way). Met a lot of people (including an almost 6 foot 32 year old British woman who invited me to stay in her room that night... I declined) ...

    Relaxing in hot springs in Cajamarca

    A travel blog entry by emmazach on Apr 14, 2013

    Getting from Vilcabamba to Cajamarca involved 4 buses and a middle of the night border crossing (actually a good time to do it with no queuing or pushy touts). Our final bus turned out to be a bit of a treat, travelling VIP - we got lunch included and had huge comfy chairs. A big difference from the night bus where two young girls spent half the journey running up the aisle and giggling whilst their parents seemed not to notice how disruptive they were being ...


    A travel blog entry by themackdaddy on Jun 16, 2011

    10 photos

    ... in the
    north had taken his army to some local hot springs when the Spanish had
    turned up. I was comically imagining the Inca leader scrubbing his back
    in and open pool while vast swathes of Spanish warriors turn up. "We're hear to conquor you""Ah, I see", says the Inca leader looking at his scrubbing brush then
    around at his troops floating in the water. "Could you give us a moment?"

    From what ...