Hostal Los Frayles
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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Scientists are still not exactly why these were drawn/digged, and what purpose they served. Could be an irrigation system, could be religious, I think Kelly needs to go there and figure this out for everybody!!
There are more than 300 of these drawn in the desert, and 80 are clearly recognisable, like the colibri, monkey etc, but my favorite is The Astronaut! ..WTF? (pardon my french), the Nazca tribe drew the picture of ...
... hour more relaxing in the sun and water before we bus further North. Next stop is at a pisco factory in Pisco town, which uses naturally sweet grapes to make the Peruvian staple spirit, which is best served as a pisco sour in a short glass. Surprise surprise, we finish the tour of the factory with a tray full of 'tasters', which is basically a dignified way of saying 'shots'. Just after sunset we tipsily make our way onto the bus, which takes us onto our final destination for today; ...
... Within minutes, we spotted dolphins swimming around with tons of birds overhead. As we got to the islands, we saw pelicans, penguins, boobies (not the blue footed ones), a variety of other birds, and sea lions. We spent about two hours total out on the boat checking out the wildlife. We did see the dolphins again as we came into shore. After lunch we drove to Lima. Along the way we passed through some small towns. As with many of the small towns ...
... people. One of the media girls came over and asked our group if we'd like to be interviewed (in perfect English), we gladly accepted, so they set the camera up in front of us (our group comprising of two English, one American and a Canadian) she then proceeded to ask us questions in Spanish! To which we all just looked bewildered into the camera, speechless and pretty confused. Seeing as she originally spoke English to us we presumed the questions would be ...
After moving to Pariwana Backpakers which is a much better hostel we decided to book a day tour in Lima. There were many companies and your options to choose from, so after some research we booked with Haku tours to go visit a Shantytown. So glad we did! This was an amazing experience and it was good knowing that our money was going directly into helping develop and improve the lives of ...