Hotel Nuevo Cantalloc
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... like flights. In the two long bus journeys we've had, we had to book/ check in, our bags were weighed, we were put in a little waiting area before boarding the bus, we were scanned with a metal detector, as was our hand luggage, and we were filmed when on the bus, for 'security' reasons. The buses also have screens and show films that you can't hear.
As part of our travel arrangements, booked in Arequipa, ...
Continuing driving up the coast of Peru - all brown and barren desert - to the Chauchilla cemetery. More than 400 grave sites buried in the sand and the mummies have been preserved by the hot dry air (40degrees on our visit) a bit gruesome and happy to move on. The scale and extent of the place is still awe inspiring though.
Next stop the Nazca Lines where I did a ...
... a guy drove and pull off and stop. He asked me, what am I looking for? I am interested to search the Lines and Geoglyphs of Nazca Cessna flight. He asked me to hop in his car and joined in and drive leads to his hotel who is an owner also, tour agency in that building itself. He offered me for a flight worth 265 soles, I said heck NO! He said ok, wrote down 240 soles final agreed? I still said NO! He gave me his pen what do I want to request for the ...
... a set of salt pans each for 6 months) & it made a change from looking at piles of old stones. During our last week in Cusco we headed up to Sacsaywaman (or sexywoman in gringo language), an old incan fortress captured by the Spanish in 1536. Leaving home at 5am meant we had the place to ourselves and being on a travel budget, snuck in for free. It's been great spending some time in one place, but Cusco is rather polluted and our lungs will appreciate moving onto ...
One of my favourite Peruvian experiences happened whilst in Nazca. Barron desert for miles, Nazca was not initially something that appealed to me. I opted not to take the plane ride over the Nazca Lines and instead went up a rickety old tower which in the end turned out to be the better option.
The Lines themselves were interesting to see and are one of the most underdeveloped tourist destinations in the entire country. It was interesting to hear about ...