El Parral Hotel

Address: Ubrb. San Jose L-12, Ica, Peru | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Ica

Lima, Peru. connection with environmental issues

A travel blog entry by blackmomba on May 07, 2015

... are polluting Lima



Pollution in Lima, PeruAir Pollution
82.61 Very High Drinking Water Pollution and Inaccessibility
61.76 High Dissatisfaction with Garbage Disposal
52.94 Moderate ...

Huacachina, Peru

A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Apr 18, 2015

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We headed off to Huacachina, which is a tiny town built around an oasis in the desert. Blew my mind, as I'd spent the last month saying how green Peru is and here in the middle of nowhere is a town with the biggest sand dunes ever, towering over it. Apparently we haven't had enough of life-threatening activities so we went dune bugging with the 'loco' driver. We were stoked to get the seats up the front, but quickly regretted that ...

Sandboarding

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Oct 29, 2014

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... until about 10am when the second bout of reggaeton got turned on. Went to the dune at the opposite side of the oasis. Holy **** it was bloody hard going, there was no ridge to walk up so i had to go straight up in sand that was untouched so i kept sinkin, was a good leg workout thats for sure!!! Todays activity was the dune buggies and sandboarding. It was mega, it was kind of like desert safari ...

Las Dunas

A travel blog entry by lgrove32 on Oct 17, 2014

... spoke English and I was able to have my first unbroken conversation in days. Despite my misgivings after how the day had started, this tour was awesome. We were driven through the sands dunes at a high speed, crashing over steep drops and wheeling through sharp turns. After about 15 minutes of this our driver parked us at the top of a steep dune and pulled out the sand boards.

All of us except for one couple opted to ride down on our bellies, having little to ...

Lima, Peru - The Deep End

A travel blog entry by amybrazier on Aug 31, 2014

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... Spanish invaded Peru they used town squares, city halls and churches/cathedrals to assist in controlling the population and their gathering places. The Basilica and Convent of San Francisco was quite interesting - the catacombs underneath were a public cemetery for 200 years (because of course if you want to be close to God the best place is directly under the church) until Peru become a republic. There are many a skeleton and piles of bones grouped in ...

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