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Jr. Amazonas N0 618, Cajamarca, Peru | Inn
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This inn, located on Jr. Amazonas N0 618, Cajamarca, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Cajamarca

Nice place, shame about the staff...

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on May 31, 2014

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... identifiable by the young lads who hang out of the sliding doors, shouting for passengers as they speed along. We jumped on and, thankfully after a short time, managed to find a seat for Lynds so that she didn’t have to fear falling out of the permanently open doors on the side of the van.

While the journey was exhilarating and frightening, Baņos del Inca was less appealing. The thermal baths turned out to be a disappointment, not very ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 06, 2014

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... the positions of the bodies, a couple of mummies and the range of offerings, dating back to 1100BC.

Some local kids offered to give up their game of marbles to guide me and others tried to flog tuna, the fruit of the cactus – what do they think I will do with it?

Walked about 1km back towards town from the Ventanillas and took the first tarmacked road on the left, helpfully not signposted to Banos del Inca. It’s about 3k flat and mainly by the very ...

Volunteering at incawasi (part 1)

A travel blog entry by kaffstafford on Sep 07, 2013

... were generally tasty but not very satisfying. I enjoyed going to the market at lunch time to buy fresh fruits. I also bought chickpeas to add to the meals for a bit more protein although they proved very tedious to cook due to the water boiling at a lower temperature because of the altitude. During the second week, coralie's husband, Gregory arrived. They went away that weekend again. The second weekend was my birthday and Julius in particular made a big effort to ...

3rd highest waterfall in the world. So good.

A travel blog entry by kodatravels on Nov 24, 2012

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... 10 degrees due to all cold water being spread everywhere. Behind awaited a magnificent view of the valley in which all the water drained, surrounded by impressive high mountains on both sided.

Jose warned and Jose was correct! After a lunch sitting on a cliff above the deep valley bellow, the first waterfall on our left, and the Shire on our right we descended the 550 meter drop it was painful. Our knees ached, the descent was ...

Almost like The Alps

A travel blog entry by petemacleod on Nov 04, 2011

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My next stop was Cajamarca, small town in the Andes at 2700 metres, north west of Trujillo. The road on the way up was great as the landscape was so barren. I saw people working in fields using sickles but I couldnt get a picture in time. We stopped off for a break halfway to get food. Its strange to me that the people didnt charge anymore for the bottle of water despite being in the middle of nowhere. Peru doesnt seem to hike up prices in these situations.

I felt the ...

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