El Mirador Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Mirador Hotel Paracas
We spent 7 days here for kitesurfing and chose El Mirador after visiting a lot of others. It has a safe parking, is in walking distance to the center (but we used the car mostly), Wifi, swimmingpool, good sized clean rooms. They serve good breakfast and are very helpfull with organizing trips. We onlyy visited the Islas Ballestas. To the kitespot you need 10min by car. But you need a car for that anyway ;-) So good Hotel for a good price.
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We made it, and so the 8 months begins! My worries about missing our connecting flight in Miami proved to be unfounded and we made it with 10 minutes to spare and arrived into Lima on 1st September. Lima was coated in the famous smog we had heard so much about so we swiftly left for some chill out time in Paracas, Peru.
Paracus is a small costal town in Peru, with an OK beach and a couple of tourists attractions. First we visited the Ballestas Islands just off the coast. It ...
... been an arch until it collapsed in the earthquake of 2007, which had its epicentre near Pisco and destroyed 80% of the town as well as damaging surrounding areas.
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... road in the oasis, which goes around the lagoon, so each hotel, restaurant backs onto either the water in the lagoon or a sand dune.
> Our hotel is lovely. The desert gets cold at night so when choosing a place to stay, we ask if it has heat and extra blankets. Our beds have down duvets which means that we're toasty at night.
... music was piped through invisible speakers.
Trevor, Stephen and I ordered a Cusqueña beer each and Alison took a chance and ordered a glass of the local vino tinto. It was unpalatable, however, so she left it and got some mineral water instead.
We enjoyed a couple more beers each in the sunshine, then it was time to go back inside where we would just have time for a nap before getting washed and changed for dinner at around ...
... to visit the Paracas national park. The pictures are the best explanation for this. In Paracas our group expanded as the girls also bumped into another friend that they'd made earlier in their trip and we also befriended another girl from London on the bus as we left. We were all heading in the same direction so have been traveling together / bumping into eachother for the few weeks ...