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

      Tracys Idea - one of our best rides but scary

      A travel blog entry by aquest on Dec 10, 2014

      22 photos

      ... of feet and i had to concentrate on the road and not look over the side.

      To add to the excitement buses were traveling along this road, not many but enough to keep you focused, with many blind bends with no barrier and sheer drops it was exhilarating and a bit scary. With no where to go you just sounded you horn and hoped fro the best.

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      Cajamarca and the last Incan King.

      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Aug 09, 2014

      42 photos

      ... again as it was cheap and still open. Rice, chicken, pineapple and more rice what a meal. Inca cola was the chosen drink and I must say I still love it. The locals are always surprised that we like the drink. Our hotel is really noisy and we got woken by kids at 5:30am. Thankfully we were able to go back to sleep until the yelling started at 8:30 and continued until 10. Peruvians are so loud. After watching a terrible Hilary Duff movie (only thing in English) we ...

      Bathing like an Incan King

      A travel blog entry by drcajunstyle on Oct 22, 2011

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... no, no, I've already bought you two your tickets' (for the imperial baths, obviously the best ones). We were both surprised and touched as to her generosity to two total strangers. Another example of South Americans' kindness.

      It turned out when we got into the complex that we were number 332 and number 180 had just gone in. So we went to explore the outdoor hot springs. Some pools were as hot as 70C, that a hell of a lot of Fahrenheit for the ...

      Visiting Mountain Communities

      A travel blog entry by azmeyer on May 08, 2011

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... 3140 meters and coming from sea level you can really feel it. Between the altitude and the food and water which is often suspect in Peru we spent a couple days adjusting in Cajamarca. Monday morning we headed left via a combi to San Marcos. A combi is just a little van that they cram as many people as possible into for trips, it's a mode of transportation used by the locals and are usually quite economical but not necessarily very comfortable. You see a lot ...

      Een warm ontvangst in Peru

      A travel blog entry by martenijzerman on May 05, 2011

      77 photos

      ... in elk land weer, maar de manier hoe wij met onze hygiene omgaan, dat blijft toch echt Hollands.
      Altijd douchen, hoe koud het ook is, natuurlijk meer dan regelmatig de was doen, zodat we geen super vuile kleren hebben, handen proberen zo schoon mogelijk te houden, nagels kort knippen, zodat er geen bactieren onder kunnen gaan zitten en ga zo maar door.

      Hier in Peru, in de hooglanden zien we vrouwen lopend breien en spinnen. Tenslotte kan het ...