Hostal Don Agucho
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Travel Blogs from Nasca
... happening because of weather conditions. We headed over to Paracas National Reserve instead, trying to see some glimpse of the natural beauty of Peru. The desert surrounded us with massive hills of sediment. The guide explained the salt water lake, called the Dead Lake, and how it typically housed flamingos. These birds were not there, and we were beginning to feel as if our trip was under a touch of a curse. The little highlights were ...
... I would lose $1500. Best case the card would be lost. I had a back up card in my bag. Upon my arrival to the hostel I found the phone didn't work overseas and that I couldn't remember the pass word to log on tommy travel account. To make things worse my password wouldn't send to my email. So now I sit here stressed about money. I should have enough soles and dollars to get me back to Lima. If I get ...
... then sat up to rest, for tourists to see 1800 years later... If you're feeling sick, as was I, so I left after the third grave. I got the point after a few, I didn't need to see them all.
Moving right along. On to the Nasca Lines. Our guide, a National Geographic archeologist drew a comparison between the Nazca people (the mummies) and the Nasca Lines. He believes that the lines were completed at the same time by the Nasca people. Dave did a flight up and over the ...
... lines which where truely amazing the shapes and designs are just out off this world both me and em where speechless afterwards !! ( hefalump number 2 didn't like the small aircraft and may have been rather poorly which we didn't realise to will landed ) In the afternoon we went to a little museum to loads of old artefacts which had been discovered before we jumped on the bus to cusco in the evening ...
... at Paracas -calamari, before heading back down Pan America Hwy, very busy as it is holiday time, non stop passing of others anywhere, double lines, traffic approaching, etc. Lots of police out today too- you can pay a 100 solas fine or 10 solas to the police says Crazy Jim. The countryside was generally desert, some green irrigated agricultural areas and sometimes a mountainous lunar landscape. Stopped off and climbed a tower on ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility