DoubleTree Resort By Hilton Hotel Paracas
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We got up semi early today for our visit to the Ballestas Islands which was amazing! We took a motorboat out and it took about half an hour but it was fun, on the way we stopped to look at one of the Nazca drawings that can only be seen properly by boat - the candleabra. When we got there.....wow! I cannot paint a good enough picture of the sheer …
Well today was our first full day in Paracas (well we spent most of it elsewhere but you know what I mean) and thanks to some hasty rearranging it won't be our last hehehe.
We were up early for our Nazca Lines excursion. Today would go on to mainly consist of being in the back of a squishy bumpy car. So we piled in and set of towards our …
We took a small (12 seater) plan from Pisco airport to view Nasca Lines which are lines and images created by placement of stones more than 2000 years ago for some reason by an ancient civilisation. Ominously there is one 30m figure interpreted as an astronaut (see photo) so perhaps Erich Von Daniken was right !
Lunch at a small fishing …
... They taught me that if I run away everytime I make a mistake, then I have learnt nothing from them and as such their efforts to teach me, would have been in vain
-they taught me the importance of praying
-they taught me to be more understanding of others and their situations and to understand things that led them to behave in the ways that they do, that not everything is so black and white
-they taught me, that to keep anger within me and not speak up when I should, that ...
... s popular here, people often drink it as Pisco Sour, which is a short cocktail made from Pisco, lime, syrup and egg white. I met the rest of the group (a lot of girls, with people from Australia, Canada, Russia, Germany and two other Brits) and the guide, Renzo, who gave us an itinerary of what we'd be doing, including telling us about how difficult the Inca Trail will be for us all...! After the meeting we went out for a meal at a local restaurant, I had spaghetti in a typical ...