Hotel Campestre Hacienda Yanamarca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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This was my favourite part of Peru as it was very green and were lots of cows! I stayed on a hacienda 20 minutes from Cajamarca town. There was a few cows, baby Manuel being one, pigs, sheep, ducks and a horse. It was a gorgeous setting out in the countryside. I went on a day excursion to an old ...
... in Cajamarca, then a stroll around the pretty town, visiting its famous cathedral and Franciscan church. The town is very pretty, with its whitewashed buildings and numerous religious buildings, all of which are crumbling, but in a very attractive way.
We dined at a Mexican restaurant/Pizzeria, which became Part 2 of our nadir of poor and incompetent service today. While I had an excellent ham pizza – it’s easy here for carnivores ...
Haven’t been able to shake off the bad caffeine withdrawl
headache from yesterday and no chance of a fix this morning either – 9am bus
but they wouldn’t keep an eye on my bag for 10 mins while I hunted for coffee.
Good job I had made some pain au chocolat (uncooked!) with
the last of my Ecuadorian chocolate, Pacari 60%, which had to do for lunch and
dinner on the 4 hour trip to Cajamarca.
After a great night's sleep we shared a marvellous breakfast with Maureen, Muriel and Rita. Muriel decided to take us (Maureen, Naomi and I) to Cumbe Mayo. On the way we stopped to take a few photos of the Ventanillas only a 15 minute walk from the convent. The Ventanillas are really an ancient necropolis, dated 300 - 800 c.e.but have been completely pillaged over time so there is nothing left except the stone carved crypts. We then drove ...
... on it became the highlight of our trip. We found a sugar cane field, "Borrowed" a couple of canes and recharged our batteries. It was fantastic. We were all jubilant and energized. As we marched into Cocobamba a 200 people village right in the middle of this beauty, we hid our loot in our bags to avoid prosecution by the locals.
Love hitching rides. Now that I have basic Spanish, and Israeli blood I manage to get around usually for free. ...