El Amigo

Av. Paracas s/n, Paracas, Peru | Hostel

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Rich mans Farne Islands

A travel blog entry by sam_and_jacqui



10th – 11th December

As our bus didn't go all the way to Paracas town we had to take a taxi for the last 20km. On the way we passed a large fish factory, which emitted the worst odor I have ever and think could possibly ever have the misfortune of smelling. Luckily the town itself was …

Peru Hop Begins

A travel blog entry by amdouet


... to not hide anything. He took us down to the tunnels used to move the slaves and hide the slave trade. Paracas With our new guide, we headed to Paracas for the evening. The region we were in is a vast desert, so sand is everywhere! The evening ended with pizza and more good conversation with people from around the world. The particular group we befriended included two other Americans, three Germans, a Belgian woman, and a ...

Getting a Glimpse of Peruvian Life

A travel blog entry by kelliacurtis


... to keep us busy. Eventually we found our way to a cozy restaurant and enjoyed another delicious meal. A late night stroll had our group swopping stories of life back home. Our group definitely bonded in this simplistic place.

If the weather is nice, we head to the Ballestas Islands tomorrow. If not, we head to a National Park for a closer look. We then head to the Nazca lines. Should be interesting!

On our way to Paracas

A travel blog entry by p_p

... arrived in Paracas which is a bit cleaner and nicer. Our hotel was not too far. It's a bit of a resort, but dated in the 80s. Not a bad spot for our last few days. Tomorrow, we are off to see the sea lions, pelicans, penguins etc After a nice local seafood dinner, we went straight to bed!! All those early mornings are getting to all of ...

Paracas, Peru

A travel blog entry by beccie_andy


... impressive cliffs at the shore line. There was very little wildlife around about the only thing we did spot was a fisherman out on a rock. Who, for some reason, had decided to go fishing totally naked.

We headed back to town and had some lunch before catching the bus to San Jose Hacienda in Chincha. This is a former slave plantation with the original house still standing. We went on a tour of the underground tunnels where slaves were smuggled in all ...

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