Hostal Sol de Ica

Address: Lima 265, Ica, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ica


A travel blog entry by tomogle on Jun 01, 2015

... who would take us to Colca Canyon. The driver had this hilarious cough where he made a high pitched squeal. It has Archie and I in stitches. After re packing our bags in the agency while the van went to pick everyone up, we boarded the van and drove 3 hours to go to Chivay, the small town that is used as a base for driving into the canyon. We got there in the afternoon where we had a buffet lunch then Archie and ...

Day 3 Inca trail

A travel blog entry by krusera on May 18, 2015

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... that was used for purification. To top it off there was even a new baby llama with his family grazing the terraces. This site is only 40% uncovered and was only discovered in 1941. Having Coco who is Quechuan tell the story's off the Incas at these ruins, with no other tourists around and only the sounds of the waterfall in the background was mesmerizing. I have a whole new perspective on this civilization now. We had our farewell ceremony for our porters and cooks ...

Huacachina, Peru

A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Apr 18, 2015

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... we began driving and radiator coolant was smashing us in the face as it was spurting out from the engine. This coupled with a crazy driver going over huge dunes at ridiculous speeds was so intense, I think the worst part was I couldn't even scream or I'd cop a mouth full of green fluid. Luckily after awhile our driver fixed the engine (pretty sure he stuffed a plastic bag in the hole) and away we went. Was an awesome experience. ...


A travel blog entry by ianandsarah2014 on Mar 12, 2015

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... couple of hundred tourists. This is a unique experience and on arrival we threw our bags and shoes down and went to see what it was about. It was about sand. Lots if it. After some mild trickery by Ian about an hour later we were both Standing on the shoulders of giants at the top of the highest dune looking down over the village and across hundreds of square miles of dunes. Sarah (duped and with no water) was initially red faced and a little moody but soon ...

Sandboarding & Sunbathing

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Jan 07, 2015

In the morning Sam, Marish and I headed out for sandboarding. Rihanna booked a lot of stuff before she left the Netherlands on some flexible scheme. As such a lot of stuff she has to go with particular companies, and is always in first class on the buses. Proper flashpacking. It sounds pretty restrictive. At least compared to just turning up and finding the best deal. The best deal in this case meant going with the hostel company and saving 10sols a night on accomodation. ...

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