Hostal Don Agucho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I got up at 5am today to get packed up for my bus ride. I got a taxi from the Gran Hotel and made it to the bus terminal for about 6:30am. I grabbed a bite to eat and then got settled into my bus for the next nine hours. It was only meant to be 7.5 hours, but we came across a pretty bad accident on the road to Nazca and that held us up for a while. It looked to be a water truck that had flipped over onto its side and spilled a bunch of water out onto ...
We arrived at the local bus station around 9 pm for our overnight coach journey, it wasn't going to be too uncomfortable as the seats were large, we had pillows, blankets and footrests and joy of joys 2 toilets. They were even going to feed us, can't be bad. As we settled in to our seats, all getting books, magazines and iPads out there was even a tv showing films, we would be entertained until we drifted off to sleep, which in my case would be ...
... a good range of local and international dishes. We all wanted to choose something with a local favour, however that seemed a bit if a challenge as all the waiter kept saying " only fish"! Once we all had our food in front of us the waiter came round with our free Pisco sour, that went down a real treat. I thin it might be my favourite drink! It had been a long day so we went back to our hotel and had a early night, the next was to be pretty busy visiting the Nasca lines. Night ...
The flight we had booked was the classic 30 minute flight. The pilots made sure
that we passed over each large feature so that people sitting on either side
could get a good view. It is totally unbelievable to think that ancient people
could make these enormous figures and patterns with no modern equipment and without
an aerial perspective of what it would look like when it ...
This has been a long time coming! I've wanted to see the Nasca Lines for years and finally I flew over them. Sue decided not to join me on the flight as many people suffer motion sickness, the planes they use are 7 seaters including pilot and co-pilot. Some of the airlines that offer the flights have dubious safety records but I arranged this through Juan, the owner of the hostel we stayed at, because he has an excellent reputation in Nasca.
After very little sleep ...