Hotel Del Wawa
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... wrote us a ticket which had the company Cifa on it and seat numbers 55 & 56. We had paid 120 Soles each to get to Banos which was a pretty good price for Cama (fully reclining seats) but yesterday when we went to Cifa's official office they said they solely go to Guayaquil in Ecuador and not Banos. We got to the office at 8:20pm and waited until 9pm when the bus was meant to arrive but there was no sign of it. Dave went in to ask the man working inside who was a ...
... and ran around in the sea. We danced a lot, I got to DJ again (mainly put Beyoncé on - seems to be a common thing I do). When we walked back, we got this insanely good burger from a little street food vendor and I keep thinking about it, it was that good. The next day we drove out to another bay which is famous for it's sea turtles. We got to snorkel with them and it was so much fun! They aren't afraid to come up so close to you and they ...
... compared to Cruz del Sur etc) bus but in the end we just wanted to buy a ticket and be committed to leaving. Ticket purchased, we made it back to the hostel just in time to join a long queue of people checking out.
With a few hours to kill before our bus Max and I ventured up to the Mirrador, a lookout point where a lighthouse stood. No one really knew at the hostel how to getthere so we went off exploring, and after climbing up quite step and rocky terrain ...
... food, like chicken and chips! Anyway, we arrive in the town, at first glance it almost looks like we are in Thailand. The horns of the many scrambling tuk tuks, the straw-roofed huts and the young, hippie backpacker presence. I could definitely fit in here! The ocean is a welcome sight after so long and immediately cures the bus-lag the second I jump in.
Our first dinner in Peru is obviously Ceviche with Pisco Sours. Both ...
... much wildlife but the experience was pretty cool and if anything our glutes got a fabulous work out. Imagine it must have been about 30km in all. Back in Paracas at our hostel we packed up, had a bite to eat and then boarded the three hour bus to Lima. We arrived at our hostel Che Legarto about midnight so went straight to sleep after a long day. The next morning we went out to explore the markets and do some shopping and admin before heading to the Museo de la Nacion. ...