Brisas de la Bahia Hostal
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBrisas de la Bahia Hostal Paracas
Not easy to choose somewhere to stay in Paracas, but we found a hotel with a comfy bed, hot shower and excellent breakfast, next door to Emotion Tours who sorted out our boat and reserve trips. Would definitely recommend both.
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Whilst waiting for my 2 hour tour boat to leave for the Ballestas islands, I stood watching the great big pelicans on the shore. I was also brave enough to stand next to one to have my photo taken whilst he pecked at me! On the islands I saw many birds, some penguins and sealions which were funny to ...
... in 10 minutes. Loud city at night, lots of tourist food. Best place to eat Bamboo Cafe. Cold at night and warm during the day. Try to get a private sand buggie tour and not a big tour with 15 people. Most buggie tours are 50s each for 4 hours, 4x4 tours are 300s for 1 hour. Most hotels have pools and bars attached. Most hotels and restaurants have WIFI. Taxi or motocab to Ica 5-7s. We liked ...
... end. Amazingly, the place is hired out as a wedding venue and they kept trying to sell us the wedding package. I'm not sure why anyone would want to get married somewhere with such a sad history.
The next few days passed far too quickly. Lots of time on the beach, plenty of ceviche for lunch and watching the sunset over the sea before plenty of beer in the evening. Lots of fun for us but not very interesting to read about!
Next stop, Lima!
... over the sand dunes and did some sand boarding. My favourite part was mom's screams of delight/terror every time we went over a big dune. We ended the day in Nazca and saw two of the Nazca lines. Tomorrow we do the flight to see the others. Apparently it's a bit of a bumpy ride but the guide says it's safe...since last year. Knock on ...
... amount of birds, sea lions and penguins. The dung of these birds is used in the agriculture. In the past such a dung caused a war between Chile, Bolivia and Peru. The islands themselves are very colorful.
We also see a huge picture on the sand that was created ~300 years BC (its meaning is unknown).
Then we went to a country house of 16th century. Its owners traded slaves from Africa for hundred years. They finished very badly - finally the slaves tore them to ...