Camino Real

Address: Av. San Martin 855, Tacna, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. San Martin 855, Tacna.
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    Travel Blogs from Tacna

    Peru guess whos back?

    A travel blog entry by meggles on Jan 27, 2014

    My bus to arica was another overnighter so I was pretty cross when after only 2 hours I was thrown off to wait in a shack of a bus shelter for an hour whilst they cleaned and refuelled the bus. The bus had started with me in San pedro so I was sure the only refuelling would be the drivers as they tucked into their dinners. We arrived in arica at 6.30am and after waiting until 8am I realised that even the luggage storage wouldn't open for another hour so I have up on arica and instead got ...

    We've been conned!

    A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Jan 16, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... tickets from anyone who is not behind an official desk). Leaving us in an office she told us the bus was at 12noon, a 2 hour wait. John went to do some research and found out local buses are cheaper (by 10 Soles or £2.17) but stop everywhere, have no air con, drivers that are not necessarily safe or sober and are generally not great. No other busses were leaving before 12pm so we went back to the office and booked a ticket, only to be told that there was a tourist ...

    Hasta la vista Peru

    A travel blog entry by humpooper on Jan 15, 2014

    17 photos

    ... The grand spanking total came to 74hours of bus travel, not including the mileage of tours etc. I feel my carbon footprint is excessive for the Humpooper Adventure! 4hrs to Puno 14hrs to Peurto Maldonaldo 12hrs to Cusco 20hrs to Lima 3.5hrs to Paracas 1.5hrs to Huacachina 2hrs to Nasca 10hrs to Arequipa 7hrs to Tacna and on to Arica Best Tour: Hard to beat Machu Picchu, it's the bomb! If it wasn't so hard, I would do the trek all over again! Then again it was the people who ...

    What we´ve learnt about Peru and Peruvians

    A travel blog entry by peteandal on Apr 15, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... suited and booted police whistling wildly to try to control the flow of traffic as apparently no one pays any attention to the lights. We were in a taxi in Arequipa and there was a call in on the radio but it was so hard to hear the conversation as all you could hear was the whistling and hooting from both ends of the phone call.

    3) TAXI!
    90% of all cars are taxis.

    4) Beetle Juice-
    5% of the other cars are VW Beetles just like in ...

    Crossing into Chile

    A travel blog entry by saroadtrip2013 on Jan 15, 2013

    The border crossing between Peru and Chile lies between the cities of Tacna, Peru and Arica, Chile. It is located in a pretty desolate setting. Travel documents required for Peruvian citizens is a simple National Identification Document (DNI) but for other nationalities a passport is required. No visa required for Americans or ...