Hotel El Lago Estelar
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... quinoa risotto, it was delicious. We are still yet to try guinea pig!
We all felt we couldn't afford Nazca and the flight reviews to see the nazca lines were VERY dodgy so we hit up Huacachina, a small oasis in the city of Ica surrounded by sand dunes. This place is totally chilled, no one really gets up in the day time or if they do they sleep under the shade along the oasis. Our hostel was basically the most popular restaurant within ...
... to hang on to her (poor little lamb has had the trots for 2 weeks, so I didn't hold on to her too hard) When we took off, the car shook and I thought it would never been able to take the weight, but it did, and it even got over a speed bump. When we got out, we must have looked like we were a circus act, when all the clowns get out of the small car. That night we were taken to a restaurant we had been told was really good. The food has been good for the last couple of ...
... room. Apparently the children for sacrifice were chosen at birth. They know this because they are buried with their umbilical cord for their rebirth in the afterlife. They then awaited their time for sacrifice, which was when there was an imminent natural disaster. In Juanitas case it was the eruption of Armpato. The oldest a child of sacrifice can be is 15. Juanita was 12. She was walked up to the summit of the mountain (how the bloody hell did they do that in Alpaca ...
... and ride the wobbly wave for a record 5 seconds before falling ridiculously into the water. Amongst the swell Dad lays flat on his board, arms flapping and attempting to catch his own wave yelling ¨here comes Big Wednesday!¨. As ¨Big Wednesday¨ trundles through Dad rolls uselessly over the back of it. Looks like ¨Big Wednesday¨ left you behind Dad.
After 5 days in the water paddling more than surfing we decide we have nailed it and should end our surfing careers ...
... like structure in the dunes... That was over 1000 years old and never opened to the public. It was breathtaking. As we're driving along these rocky roads, all of a sudden looms these perfect sand dunes. Aladdin quality sand dunes. They looked airbrushed. It was getting on sunset I can't describe how perfect they looked. The driver fanged around the smaller ones too, it didn't take long for our tracks to go missing though. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services