Casa Andina Classic - Chincha Sausal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
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... it was sat in. We were in a town where you could tell we were in a third world country, yet this museum could be in London. It was all about the Lords of Sipan and the discovery of their tombs. We saw their remains, and the treasures that were found. This Lords were nearly 2000 years old and the treasure was in immaculate condition. It was incredible. We learnt about that sort of time and how the township completely ...
... knowing there is raw egg white in it. Kim, Julie, David and Lynn enjoyed it to :) This town was devastated by an earthquake in ~2007, the effects of which are still visible today. Too bad I'm a twit and forgot to take photos, just something else I can blame on the Pisco! Thanks to Scot's warning- all tallies are ...
... coming from a night-club adjacent to the hotel, and when we arrived in the dining room for breakfast the rest of our party were talking/complaining about it as well. Apparently the hotel’s karaoke went on until 3.00am, and the disco music took up where the karaoke left off. Rosario, our guide, explained that today was “Mothers’ Day” in Peru, and the disco was part of the celebrations. Hmmm… how many ...
... were greeted by a pod of dolphins fishing next to all the boats. another species of animal to tick off the list of stuff we didn't see in Galapagos which made the trip feel 50% worthwhile so far.
We continued on to see a 2200 year old geoglyph, called the Candelabra, made by the local Paracas culture which was pretty cool to see. We stopped to take some photos for a while and then continued on to the islands. About ...
Wednesday the 30th, we left Huancaya. After saying goodbye to our lovely hosts we went up to the family land plot to watch cousin Sylvestre plant habas known to us as fava or broad beans. The land is used in rotation to preserve the soil. First planted after the fallow years are the papas (potatoes) as they need fertile soil, then oca which is a tuber I had never seen before, then habas. Then the soil is left to rest for seven years after ...