Travel Blogs from Ica
Very relaxed day today. I woke up and spoke to Kate about my remarkable day yesterday and then sat around pool side reading my book. I only moved when we met Thel for lunch and from there we moved to a hammock for more reading, napping and cervezas. We would stay there until 4 when we climbed the dune ...
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... and empty the last drops into the second glass. Then the processes is repeated around the group.
I spent the day "talking" to people who spoke no English. Lots of notes were written and I got two invitation for party. On for the next day at 2:00pm and one on the 18.03.14 at 08:00.
I don't know whether I can be bother going to a party tomorrow.
The owner got me into a cab and back to my hotel to sleep it off. S/7
... is missing, and at the same time there are many things in excess.
What's missing? Peace, atmosphere, charm. What's in excess? Noise, loud music, lots of garbage and lots of idiots, probably the same ones who threw it. What a shame. And unfortunately all this pollution, environmental and acustic, it's not even a rare thing in this country. Noise pollution is difficult to avoid since it's everywhere, starting from the incessant traffic and the constant annoying honking of ...
... zip down the sand to the bottom of the dune, where a tiny person seemingly like an ant awaits to pick up the pieces. We are given three opportunities to sand board, each slope higher and steeper than the last. Everyone survives. The whole experience is a blast and we all thoroughly enjoy our afternoon in the desert.
The swimming pool and a few 620ml bottles of Cusqueña beer complete our exciting day.
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking