Hostal Sol de Ica

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


A travel blog entry by annabailey on Oct 19, 2015

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... most fun ever. But i got a proper scare when he nearly turned and rolled the whole buggy,only for he caught it in time we were gone over that dune upside down!...I also don't think safety was of top priority! We heard back from an Ozzie that we met that his belt kept opening which essentially left him with a belt as a noose! But we all survived in one piece and lived to tell the awesome tale of Huaca****ingchina! ...

Wüsten Oase & gefährliche Taxis

A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Jun 14, 2015

... his hand. It looked dangerous, and at this rate (about 10 km / h) I would never achieve in time the bus to Nasca. So I grabbed with both hands even after the boards and told him that I would hold them. He was grateful to me and now accelerated his pace. With good 80 km / h, he drove with one hand and I halfway out of the car hanging to Ica bus stations. The taxi driver was so thankful that he did not want money from me. Just five minutes before the bus I solved my ticket to ...

Day 115

A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on May 27, 2015

... we had even ordered there was already an air of resignation to the fact that the food would be *****. Lo and behold it was mingin. 9/10 in these places it's always a disgrace. We had a good laugh with George and he was telling us about all the places he'd been and people he met. I was still feeling awful so after dinner I went to bed while the other two, George and a group of English lads from Sheffield sat around and had a few ...

Sand boarding and dunne buggying!

A travel blog entry by ciaralang on May 26, 2015

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... route. Huacachina is a small town surrounding an oasis in the sand desert. The main reason for visiting here was to go dunne buggying and sandboarding. This didn't disappoint, the dunne buggy was terrifying almost like being in a roller coaster going up and down the sand dunnes! Sometimes it felt as if we might topple over. The sand boarding was also great ...

Huacachina, tourist trap

A travel blog entry by kayna on Apr 08, 2015

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... Our hostel was a little rough around the edges, and opposite our room was a building site. Huacachina appears to be expanding as this wasn't the only building site we encountered. After having a relaxed nap filled afternoon, we took a walk around Huacachina, admiring the dunes and Huacachina's lagoon. This didn't take long. The hostel had a swimming pool so we went for a dip in the pool as it reached sunset. Then we went to ...

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