Hostal Los Pinos

Jr. La Mar 521-527, Cajamarca, Peru | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Cajamarca

Back to the highlands

A travel blog entry by jandkross


We managed to find a bus departing in the morning for our journey to Cajamarca. It was an "Economico" and a single decker and so no upper deck seats to enjoy the panoramic views. It was very comfortable nonetheless. They take security quite seriously. We have been filmed when boarding a bus on several occasions, and this company actually required …

Beautiful Surroundings, But Just Nothing Happening

A travel blog entry by oliverhart853


Caraz, Peru-population-12,000, elevation 2300 meters
The small city of Caraz sits in a valley between the 6,000 meter tall mountains of the snowy Cordillera Blanca, and the 4500 meter tall mountains of the Cordillera Negra. The views are fantastic, the only downside was Caraz. Caraz is known by the fact that almost every store in town sells …

The road from Arequipa to Puno

A travel blog entry by carincronje


Although dead tired after the trekking in the Colca Canyon, a good night's rest was not in stall for me as my stomach problems started again about five in the morning Being up so early I tried to spend my time wisely and did some washing and put some of our wet clothes out on the washing line to dry. The sun was shining bright and warm, and this …

Bye Bye Bolivia, Hello Peru

A travel blog entry by markandbecs

Mark 25/4: ANZAC Day Suitably woke at dawn to get ready for our departure from Bolivia and into Peru. There was a little bit of confusion to begin with as we were booked in seats 51 & 52, however, when getting on board the bus seats 51 & 52 did not exist, but were instead Baņos (Non Funciono). If there was one way to fire up Becs first …


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... 8217;s an amazing pre-Inca irrigation
channel, the majority of it precision carved in stone with wonderful curves,
straight edges and corners to avoid obstacles & also to slow down water
flow. It is set in a lush valley at over 3300m and travels for 5 miles to move
water from the rainy eastern slopes towards the drier Pacific slopes. There are
also stone seats, altars and petroglyphs carved into the construction and
nearby stones, including crosses, Halleys ...

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