Hoteles Mar Azul

Colon 665, Arica, Chile | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arica

Our Udderly fabulous last days in Arequipa

A travel blog entry by augsabroad

... had plans with Natalie's spanish teacher to try a very popular local place, where they serve Ubre Arrebozado [fried cow udder. i am not making this up]. We walked across the bridge, out of Gringolandia, and up a steep and cobblestone-paved road for a bit. We eventually arrived at a big and spacious resturant called a picanteria. Her teacher, Mabel, told us that traditionally, picanterias ar operated out of a home as informal restaurants, only for lunch, and the cooks ...

The oldest mummy returns . . .

A travel blog entry by pinklady27


... after having had the lights on for all this time promptly turned them off leaving us to eat in the dark. . . . Maybe we really were meant to eat it in the morning. Most of the passengers settled down for a few hours kip, but neither of us could drop off. The bus was older and the seats smaller than the previous one and as the air con was turned off the small downstairs 'exclusive' section (12 seats) became hot and stuffy. The engine noise and vibration was loud but suddenly didn't ...

Arica... sea level!!! 05/11/13-07/11/13 days 65-67

A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris


... hostel, Arica Surf-house. The time went forwards by 2 hours in Chile so by the time we'd checked in it was after 11 and we'd not eaten since breakfast. We were starving so headed out to find some food. It was late so our choices were limited. We went to a cafe where Chris ordered a burger and I ordered the only veggie option on the menu, a cheese toastie. The food came and it was the beigest meal either of us had had for the whole trip. There was no salad ...

Arriba Arica!

A travel blog entry by gringo_sange


... that hugs the coast to wet our feet in the Pacific Ocean, knock back a(nother) pisco sour at a beach side bar, climb El Morro with panoramic views of Arica, before heading back to the hotel for my date with Richard ...

Everyone in the hostal was excited about the date (including the owners). Carlos let Richard in (apparently he looked nervous!) after cross-examining him and we headed out. We didn't get far. Richard wanted to join his brothers for a football ...

A funny bird that is a pelican...

A travel blog entry by lrm2164


... my favorite bird because of the little rhyme my dad taught me when I was younger: "a funny bird that is a pelican, its beak can hold more than its belly-can." Every time I see one of theses guys I can't help but recite this silly poem aloud to whoever will (or will not) listen. But I digress. So there we were on the dock, with our hands filled with drippy stinky fish parts and with 500lb sea lions chomping the air like hungry baby birds in a nest ...

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This hotel, located on Colon 665, Arica, is near El Morro de Arica, Parque Nacional Lauca, Catedral de San Marcos, and Lake Llanganuco.
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