Casa Hacienda Nasca Oasis
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Yesterday we were ready for a noisy night at our hotel in Huacachina since all afternoon the bar was playing loud music... so we were pleasantly surprised when the bar closed and the music stopped shortly after sunset. The night was super quiet, and this morning gives us a very strange feeling of silence and tranquility, as if everyone had left …
Introduction for those not familiar with the Nasca lines: they are giant drawings (the size of football fields) in the desert, so large that they can only be appreciated from a plane or helicopter. There are many theories and speculations as to how and why the ancient Nasca people built these perfect shapes 2,000 years ago. Noone knows for sure …
... was only partially helpful but the clothes themselves were seemingly impregnated by it that no amount of shaking could rid us of it. We left a pile if it on the bathroom floor. Dinner was taken away from a nearby chicken shop which, for 10 Soles we got a quarter chicken that looked more like half a chicken, chips, a salad in a container and three little plastic baggies of sauces. The TV in our room lulled us to sleep as we needed to be refreshed for a day on the ...
... kakteen, steine, und spaeter natuerlich Sand. Trotz der fruehen Morgenstunden war es schon echt heiss, und es war steil...das waere aber alles nicht so schlimm gewesen, wenn unser Guide nicht verdfammtnchmal dachte, wir muessten einen Rekord hinlegen und diesen bescheuerten Buckel hochRENNEN. Naja, nach ner halben Stunde hat Marc dann auch schon mein Board auch getragen, aber rennen wollte ich trotzdem nicht, also lief ich immer in meinem Tempo ...
... I am from Humboldt – hence the stupid pic). Despite the stench of seagull-poo (some of which was coming from Daryn, who got poo’d on twice) it was brilliant. The animals were an interesting mix of very cute, very ugly and very loud
The next day we drove to Haucachina (a small town build around an oasis in the desert) to enjoy the sun. After losing the handstand competition in the pool ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking