Casa Andina Classic - Chincha Sausal
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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... a child in my arms asking every passing woman if she is the mother. No one reacts. I feel helpless. Like in a dream. You try to speak but there is no sound. It must be strange to look at. A man trying to sell a child. Suppose the boy belongs nowhere, then what do I do? No, that would be impossible. People seem to be so fond of their children and the boy is well dressed, there must be a mother somewhere missing the kid. A fat lady comes out of a shop calling a ...
We drove out of Mancora into desert, which was incredibly vast and hot, and when you got out, it was eerily silent. We got a flat tyre and I pooed my pants that it was a trap as nobody was around (I blame watching horror movies too young). I distracted myself by taking photos on the road as it stretched so far and looked so cool. We headed to a museum, which looked so weird as it was insanely modernised and grand compared to ...
In the desert oasis of Huacachina, Caitlin and I met with two friends we'd made in Lima. We went dune buggying, sandboarding and paid a tipsy visit to the very pink Tacama winery. The name is native for "stumbling black duck" and they were producing wine before Argentina and Chile even got started. We road tripped up the coast, venturing into Pisco country. We made a stop at the Paracas National Park where we saw wildlife and sustained an oil leak on ...
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 ...
... 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 ...