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... effect is like a roller coaster, but with the added insecurity of believing that the thing could roll at any moment. It didn't though. And it was fun.
We arrived at the top of a huge sand dune and were handed a snowboard. Or a sandboard if we're being pedantic, and I know we are.
'Lie on it face first and slide down the dune.' suggests our mildly insane driver.
Harry and his paranoia then try to assess the risks. If you fall off ...
... a lot smaller than I imagined and were difficult to spot. The flight itself was very bumpy and there were some very tight turns which made everyone feel a bit queasy. I tried to take some pictures but they didn't really come out very well. After the flight we went for lunch at a chicken restaurant. It was basically a Peruvian nandos - very tasty. It was really hot in Nasca about 30 degrees. So in the afternoon we relaxed by the pool at the ...
... the card and then ran back through the gift shop, avoiding security completely. I did get a worried look from one guy in an official looking vest - but I nodded at him sagely and assured him that everything was OK. I then ran back to my waiting plane.
It maybe wasn't a case of 'only in Peru', but it certainly was one of 'never in Australia'.
So, I have some photos and videos of the ...
... was as opulent in the area we stayed as the rest of Peru was poor , although the slums on the way in were extensive. I understand some areas are no-man zones and that 98% of the Lima populations want the military deployed in certain neighbourhoods. Dan and I walked down to one of the biggest and high end malls on the waterfront that we have ever been. There were many nice apartments/condos in the city with walls, electric fences and ...
... a slight disagreement with his GoPro on his first attempt and now has a bit of a bump on his nose. We got covered in sand, but luckily the restaurant where we were having lunch had a pool. After ordering, we jumped in to cool off (we all of course showered first to remove the sand). After all the excitement, we then had a three hour bus ride to Nazca. On the way, Ricardo insisted we stop the bus and buy 100 oranges for the bargain basement price ...