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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... to be careful to keep you elbows on the board else you'd end up with some very nice sand/friction burn. You could still use your feet to break if you were that way inclined.
By the second dune you could try standing up. Strapping in wasn't quite as firm as snowboarding proper, but not as bad as I'd heard. Even so sandboarding has very little in common with snowboarding in terms of board manouverability. At least to me. It has been about five years since my ...
... Out of all the South American countries iv been to so far Peru is by far the most polluted. Rubbish is absolutely everywhere with people also burnkng rubbish so it reeks. Bit of a shame really because the scenery is really nice if it was for the rubbish. Alongside the rubbish is so much poverty. Its still crazy for me to see people living in which is basically just wooden posts and plywood for a house. Haucachina is an oasis in the middle of ...
... a massive ATV with monster wheels and complete with a roll cage you set out across the sand with 15 other people. Driving as fast as possible the roller coaster ride takes you up the dunes and straight over the edge and down the other side. Up and down you are thrown about and treated to wind and sand in the face. Stopping just centimeters from the edge of one dune you are handed a waxed board and provided with a choice, lye ...
... we reached Paracas. It was after 8 o'clock so we were all starving by now, we quickly found our rooms then headed out to look for food. We decided not to eat with everyone else as there was just too many people for a small place they were going to, so instead we decided to eat out on the street at a local lady's stall that was cooking a BBQ. We spent the next few hours chatting with some people off the ...
... instrumentalist’ come and perform at the hostel. By the time he started, we’d already decided that tequila shots were the order of the night, so the performance became little more than impressive background music to our boozy Friday. A few of us were heading to Huacachina in various different ways the following day, so we’d made plans to all meet at the same hostel the next evening for more of the same, with some added sand boarding.