La Casona De Leymebamba

Jr. Amazonas 223, Chachapoyas, Peru | Hotel
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Kuelup ruinus

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jul 28, 2014

... attested. However by 8.30am the chaotic filling of the buses began and by 9am we were winding our way down the mountain to the turnoff towards Kuelap. The trip took about 2 hours to ascent the mountain roads up into the clouds. The roads are narrow unsealed and have no barriers and the sheer drops over the side make for interesting travel especially when other vehicles need to pass us. I so love the mountains and views here. We stop briefly at 11am in a village to order ...

2nd best Inca ruins are nearby

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jul 26, 2014

... consistent.  Off in a mototaxi the 3 wheel tuk tuk style local transport and at the bus station we were quickly loaded onto a 10 seater people mover for the 3 hour drive to Jaen. The road contined to be unsealed up and down mountains working towards the the lowlands.  The roadworks continued but the grafel less 4wd quality as we descended. Soon we were travelling close to the riverside and the geography changed form jungle ...

Off the gringo trail in Kuelap

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Jun 02, 2014

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... the top of the tallest mountain in the valley (which resembled, to my eyes, a ship's hull). We arrived at the top of the mountain at around 11 a.m., then bought tickets. (Three pounds, if you’re interested.) We found ourselves two of only probably 25 or so tourists that day, probably due to Kuelap’s remoteness, but also its relative obscurity and anonymity. It is certainly much less well-known and less visited than Machu Picchu, but ...

The capital of the Amazonas, and Kuelap

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on May 23, 2014

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... with some extensive natural caves within which had been found a large number of human remains. On our return from the ruins, we stopped at a local restaurant for lunch, where I tried (finally!) cuy - a delicacy of Ecuador and (I think originally) Peru. It was an interesting eat - it had a thick and tough but tasty skin, and hardly any meat, which was a light and very tender texture. This one was served with a peanut satay, but I have seen some in the street served skewered ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 11, 2014

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... last
minute shopping and a runaway lorry rescue blocking the road.

The last couple of hours, all on single track dirt road quickly
gave views over a cliiffface settlement called Marco with houses and funerary
niches carved in, high up overlooking the river. Further on we could see Kuelap
high up on a rocky ridge, with funerary niches carved into a rocky bit below.
Also we could see 2 very steep paths zig-zagging up from the river to 3100m ...

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