Hostel Santa Maria

Address: Ignacio Morsesky 126,Paracas, Pisco, Paracas, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Ignacio Morsesky 126,Paracas, Pisco, Paracas.
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      Huacachina, Pisco tour and Nazca lines

      A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Mar 22, 2015

      ... of alcohol, 4 of which were full strength shots. I'm actually surprised there weren't more people half drunk after it. But we all pile back into the bus and make the two hour trip down to Nazca to hopefully get a glimpse of some of the mysterious Nazca lines. Similar to the Candelabro we saw at Ballestas, they are a group of massive designs in the ground without confirmation of how or why they got there. We get to the viewing platform and take turns going up ...

      Ceviche and the desert

      A travel blog entry by cazmar on Feb 05, 2015

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      So I'm currently writing two posts, but I think this will actually get posted first. I've had my bag stolen, however we are now in Paracas and as Helen only has 3 days left, the embassy is closed and we were there we decided to see what the place had to offer. We booked on a tour of the Islas Ballestas, just off the coast of peru and it was brilliant. Called a poor mans Galapagos (and I am definitely a poor man at the moment) they are full of wildlife. We disnt get ...

      The Poor Man's Galapagos

      A travel blog entry by mooretravelling on Nov 12, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... The Islas Ballestas are home to a multitude of bird varieties, the most common which we saw being: the Peruvian Booby, the Guanay Cormorant and the Peruvian Pelican.

      Seals and sea-lions sprawl out on the rocks, soaking up the rays after swimming for fish and the local penguins waddle their way along the island's beaches which makes for great sights.


      A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... my relationship with balance and any sort of riding previously, this was not an option for me. It seemed unnatural at first, throwing myself off a steep sand dune, lying down face first on a wooden snowboard type thing, but I was encouraged by the large group of Japanese tourists who were all clearly terrified but still bombing down one by one, screaming and shouting as they rapidly became small dots in the distance. My first attempt was a success, eventually anyway after ...

      National Crusing

      A travel blog entry by skdude on Oct 16, 2014

      ... passed to me and we stormed off to another restaurant who served us quickly.

      The evening was a much nicer experience reminiscing and catching up on old times with the whole crew together. The waterfront in contrast to the day was completely dead and so we had a wide range of happy hour drinks for the whole evening as the sole customers.

      The morning found us boarding a boat to the Ballestas islands. As usual there were plenty of little ...

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