Hostal Sol de Ica

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

Huacachina and Paracas start the 2014!

A travel blog entry by lizethperu


... Ballestas and it reminded my childhood, it was long time since I didn't back to there so was awesome looking at the natural Island again, I was excited like a child. For lunch We tried Parihuela, an exotic Peruvian soup that has a crab inside and the way to eat is very intense, like really you need a tool to break it! A day later we rent some bikes and we headed to the the beaches biking in the middle of the desert! It was awesome ...

Chapter Eight - Ica and a winery

A travel blog entry by mmbcross


... of the pre-Columbian civilizations of America.

Next we drive through the surprisingly green countryside to the Tacama Winery. It's a bumpy, narrow and dusty trail. Half way there we encounter a herd of cattle coming in the opposite direction. One of the herders shows off his skills with a whip. A battered bus also passes. Plastic bottles and bags are casually tossed out of the windows as it passes ...

Chapter Six - Into the desert

A travel blog entry by mmbcross


... and accommodations. We are scheduled to depart on the Cruz del Sur bus at 10:00am and he plans to pick us up from our house at 9am. At 9:10 he has not arrived, so we phone him. He assures us he is outside the house but that no one seems to be in. I realize with horror that I have given him our temporary address where we were staying previously. He tells us to take a taxi and that he’ll meet us at the bus station with ...

Mad Max Style

A travel blog entry by mgr.2013


... spent poolside just chillaxing. This tour has been such a whirlwind, it was so nice to stay in the pool long enough to shrivel up.

Yet another bus journey awaited - this time to Pisco, where the brandy comes from. It wasn't too painful and the sun setting behind the sand dunes was spectacular. A tabby cat joined us for our evening meal at the hotel but was soon gone once our plates were ...

Days 23 - 27: Arequipa to Huacachina

A travel blog entry by rjcannin


... and the guys zip up and down the sand dunes pretty fast. They stop at the top of a sand dune and let everyone board down. Really fun! The timing of our tour was perfect to catch the sunset over the dunes. That night we went across the street to this lady's restaurant which caught Rach's eye because they serve thai food. We both got red curry which was one of the best meals we've had yet. The lady was a Brit who did an around the world in a year trip ...


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