Casa Hacienda Nasca Oasis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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De bus naar Nazca is luxe met film en wifi (die al snel niet meer werkt) maar toch lang en we zijn in het begin best misselijk.
De tocht gaat door woestijngebied met zandduinen die soms net zo rood zijn als in Namibie, afgewisseld met groene oases.
Nazca (of Nasca) is een viezig wat onveilig aandoenend stadje waar we een …
... on the other hand some think that their symmetry and geometry is so complicated it can only be extraterrestrial or at least the incas learned of another superior culture and tried to recontact it back later. The flight itself is a very cool attraction. After we visited the cemetery Chauchilla of the ancestral nazca and paracas people mummies well preserved in fabrics reaching 20 meters. For the rest Nazca is a small village in the desert nothing ...
... like a girl, it has a skirt and was drawn onto the side of a mountain. Then it was off to circle the hummingbird, the condor, the dog, the monkey, the ant (they call it a spider but it looks more like an any to me), the frog (hands), the parrot, the tree and the flamingo. It was such an amazing sight to see. Just the magnitude in which these people over 1500 years ago could create something of this scale and for what purpose. Still no one is sure what the purpose of these ...
... Today has been a very long day. An early morning brought us to a long day on the bus. We are venturing to Arequipa. At this point I know nothing about the place other than it’s a colonial city in southern Peru. The tour group is excited to find a Starbucks. I am not. I like the lack of chains, the local feel, and getting away from that which I know. To each his own, whatever happens tomorrow I know it will be ...
Hello from Nasca!
We arrived in Nasca at 8.30am on the overnight bus from Cusco, having had very little sleep on the bumpy road, and walked to our hostel, run by a lovely lady called Angela and her hubby. We were able to check into our room straight away, and even had breakfast - bread and jam, tea, fresh juice and fluffy omelettes! Mr H managed to scare Angela's one year old daughter (Angelita) by playing peek-a-boo, so we made a hasty return to the ...