La Posada del Conde

San Pedro 1, Arequipa, 051-54, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arequipa

Deserted Beaches and Unknown Ruins

A travel blog entry by saminperu


... that provide examples of this process to accepting. First, the ruin itself has a total of 16 different sites that including pyramids, the temple of the sun, the temple of the God Pachacamacand the temple of the chosen girls. All of the different sites are from different time periods, from before the Inca's all the way to Spaniard rule. Each tribe or rule fled to this site for power and to survive. There were different ways that these tribes came to ...


A travel blog entry by shonachalmers

... very stressing!!'. - We walked to an artisan market and grabbed noodles to eat which we ate beside the river. - Said bye to Diegs and went to a roof top cafe in the square for a milkshake and to watch the sunset and the view. - Almost missed our bus to Cucso - can't believe it as soon as we split up from the slowest boys in the ...

Architectural Arequipa and Colca Canyon

A travel blog entry by lizemma10


... markets which had similar tit-tat as Asia, although lots of winter clothing as the nights get cold due to the altitude. Arequipa is only 2300m above sea level and we both seemed to have headaches but we couldn't decide whether this was the constant travelling over the last week or the altitude affecting us. Either way we tried colca tea which is supposed to help with the effects of altitude. Left over lunch for dinner and very satisfied with our productive day of organising our 3 ...

Reality of Life

A travel blog entry by burkley


... next part of the tour our guide took us through a series of display cases which included ceramics, metal works, jewellry and clothing which were all discovered in the tombs of the four graves they found on Volcano Ampato. Our last stop was to see Juanita as she is nicknamed after the archaeologist who discovered her. Juanita is protected by three layers of glass to maintain her frozen status. Between January and April she is taken to a US University for further studies before ...

Peru Part 1

A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... exposed and discovered. There were pyramid like temples and cemeteries to explore.

Shortly after exploring Pachacamac, Marco took us to this nice restaurant where they offered lunch and a short show with traditional Peruvian horses. These horses are known for their unique walking style where they appear to dance.

We had to be in Miraflores, a ...

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