Hostal Los Frayles
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the Peru Hop bus where we visited the nearby National Park, that is mostly desert. There was an incredble 'red' beach and we visited the visitor centre that explained the ecological history of the area and how they are trying to improve and conserve the natural habitat. Unfortunately the weather was not great throughout, so the pictures are pretty dull, like some of the towns we passed through!
We were then on our way to Huacachina, desert oasis!
... that well known EDM peddling sudo-DJ, David Guetta. At about 4pm, after everyone had arrived, and we’d indulged in yet a few more Peruvian beers by the pool, we decided it was a fine idea to go sand-boarding and dune buggying. Research shows that the optimal time to go hurtling down the side of a 150 metre sand dune is about an hour after you’ve drank 3 or 4 alcoholic beverages.
Early indications of how this was going to pan out weren’t ...
Alison: Today we started our Peru Hop adventure. The tour started with a quick spin around Lima to pick everyone up and then we were given a run down on the bus rules......you were pretty much allowed to do whatever you want but it was forbidden to do a number 2 in the bus toilet! This point was really hammered home so there must have been some unpleasant bus journeys in the past that made this rule so essential! The first ...
... It was quite funny though, I waved one of them past me as he was trying to squeeze through and he followed us around for the rest of the museum, I thought we may have had to take him with us!
Back in the car and another jiggly journey, all of a sudden we pull off the road in the middle of nowhere and drive into the desert luckily though we weren't being taken away to be murdered just to our first observation tower to look at some ...
... sandmats, long heavy pieces of metal with which the truck is equipped
that are removed and placed under the wheels to enable the truck to escape from
the sand or mud in which in is bogged down. Sandmatting was a way of life on my
trip through Mongolia in 2007 and again in places in Cameroon later that year,
but I also had a few such experiences in Patagonia in 2003 and on the Silk Road
in 2006. Tim’s response was something like, “No, on ...