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

      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 ...

      Bus to Cajamarca, Peru.

      A travel blog entry by saralouisekelly on Jul 22, 2014

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      I got a 10am bus from Trujillo with Transaportes Lineas. We were suppose to arrive at 5:00pm. At 5:30pm we broke down, apparently only 15 minutes away from our destination, Cajamarcas. We all got out and waited on the mountain road side for 1 hour.... Then a 4x4 arrived and I watched as it looked like they were pouring in ...

      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

      ... of soup and headed off hiking to visit the other communities. Santos told us it was a short walk only 30 or 40 minutes to the first community. Well with the alititude and hiking over fields and mud and some quite big hills it took us over 2 hours to reach the first community. We had to keep stopping to catch our breath because of the alititude. We descended down into a big valley and then up the left side and finally arrived in Canlle. Here we discussed ...

      Een warm ontvangst in Peru

      A travel blog entry by martenijzerman on May 05, 2011

      77 photos

      ... is het een geweldig voorjaar, geniet ervan want de tijd vliegt, dat weten we allemaal. Liefs van ons

      English journal:

      A warm welcome in Peru

      This title is saying all. It is hot when we cross the border into Peru. A river is the border. We have to wait for the custums officer, she is swimming in the river. When she finally arrives we enter a wooden barack with tin roof. The lady is not that quick, but after she is done she ...