Hostal Los Pinos

Address: Jr. La Mar 521-527, Cajamarca, Peru | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Jr. La Mar 521-527, Cajamarca.
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    Travel Blogs from Cajamarca

    Day 275: Corongo, Peru

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Apr 11, 2015

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    ... of the few areas in the world untouched by pesticides, or poison as Aleaf likes to call it. We chatted with Pedro and it was a bit depressing. He told us about their three children, all of who me have good jobs and love with their families in Lima. None of them have the desire to move back to Corongo so Pedro and Heladia bought a house and land as a gift for their oldest grandson. The grandson essentially said,"Thank you but no thank you." I can't say I blame him. He grew up in ...

    Day 274: Corongo, Peru

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Apr 10, 2015

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    ... had a two hour hike up the mountain but there is a natural hot spring nearby that we stopped off at first. It was beautiful and the water was awesome. I forgot to take photos. We then began our grueling ascent to the top. It was pretty rough. We hadn't drank water all day and it was literally straight up the mountain several thousand feet. The mix of the difficult hike with my cold, wet feet in the cold weather (my shoes are no longer ...

    Day 272: Pallasca and Estación Chuquicara, Peru

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Apr 08, 2015

    59 photos

    ... of running from it, but it was the last bus out of the day and we really wanted to get to Corongo as quickly as possible. The next stop was to a place we found on the map called Estación Chuquicara. It looked like it would be the last place we would need to stop. The bus ride there was by far the most impressive of my trip. The whole way there we were on a one lane road that zigzagged and curves alongside the mountains with cliff dropoffs just inches from the side of the ...

    Day 271: Mollepata and el rio, Peru

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Apr 07, 2015

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    ... purchase, West told me he found a car (there are no cars in Mollepata so it had to be someone just passing through) that was willing to take us down to the hotel. We hopped in the bed of the truck, waved goodbye to the friendly people, and were on our way. The mountain was extremely steep and the only way down a steep mountain is to zig zag and that's exactly what this road did. It was by far the wind-ey road I've ever driven on and we were in the back of ...

    Day 269: Cajamarca, Cajabamba, y Huamachuco, Peru

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Apr 05, 2015

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    ... There were many stops we had to make to get there so we decided to break it up and stay in a place called Huamachuco... Nothing could've prepared me for the following two days. The bus ride to Huamachuco was awesome. It was filled with incredible views, eucalyptus farms (nothing fresher than sweet mountain air mixed with the scent of eucalyptus everywhere), and tiny Andean indigenous villages built from Adobe mud bricks. It was probably the most wind-ey, one-lane road I've taken since ...