Hostal Los Frayles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... speaking only spanish ('I'm sure that meant we have 20minutes to look at this and take pictures') and starting at what can only be described as a giant windsurf statue to San Martin (??!!!) our hearts sunk. But hooray we were pleasantly surprised. The landscape around Paracas, is a desert. Not at all what I expected and I think possibly my first trip to the desert. It was, of course, very hot. But while I felt I was in Star Wars (tatooine I think) and Helen was ...
... then started spinning and ascending with flashing lights until we stopped and a window opened onto a Peruvian scene from years ago with animatronic characters. It explained various periods throughout history as it moved from time to time using different characters. It was very funny, but also informative. If you ever find yourself in the Paracas District, located in the Pisco Province of the Ica Region in Peru, I reccomend this!
After that, ...
... like lunatics. Seemingly on a role, I made the ill informed decision to buy the strongest drink on the menu, more dubious names here, called a ‘Swimming Pool’. This was made from rum, whiskey, vodka, curacao, tequila, with an afterthought splash of orange juice as a feeble mixer. Surprisingly, it tasted fantastic. Suddenly a man appeared on a stage, as he had already done for a couple of ‘games’ before this, wielding a bottle of Tequila. A few ...
... br> boyfriend’s SUV was stuck in the sand on the beach and the tide was rising.
Yves apparently could not resist the desperate damsel’s pleas and drove
Mamasita to that area on the beach to lend a hand and use our truck pull them
out. Predictably they drove Mamasita right into a soft spot and got stuck.
I wandered down in growing darkness with my headlight on to
find Mamasita sinking ever deeper into the sand with every ...
... traveled on rural, narrow, winding roads and saw clouds of dust out the back of the bus as we traveled to Juliaca for our flight to Lima. We then traveled by a regular travel coach to Paracas. An evening rest stop was at a large souvenir shop in a one stop sign town. There were armed guards at the door and barbed wires long the top of the surrounding wall. Along the way we passed a small city with many citizens dressed in ...