Hotel Oro Viejo
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after a very interesting bus ride along the coast, where small communities of shacks, made of reed fencing, a few bricks and corragated iron, where obviously doing their best to make a living, though how in the middle of the desert i will never know... it was interesting though some had very dirty odd looking cafes by the roadside and others had …
The hotel in Nasca was Oro Viejo. After checking in, we spent the rest of the day exploring the town.
Joe and Jed spotted a play area with a huge inflatable slide and a trampoline, so they played until exhaustion.
We were due to be picked up at 9.15 next day for our flight over the Nasca Lines, however our guide arrived and said …
Early start from Lima for the 8 hour bus trip south on the Pan American Sur Highway. Rush hour in Lima makes the UK look civilised. Lima is sprawling city and we travelled through many miles of shanty neighbourhoods before leaving the city.
Journey soon entered into remote moonlike landscape as we entered central Peru - an arid desert with …
Huacachina to Nazca 7-10-10
I started the day without the earplugs which I put in last night at about 1 AM, finally tired of the cover band somewhere not too distant. This is a classic backpacker town and for good reasons--beautiful location, low prices, and many young people. I actually almost decided to spend an extra day but was anxious …
SPOILER - WARNING - CONTAINS SOME CREEPY PICTURES
My ride to Nasca from Paracas was with a private drive in an new and clean sedan. On the way we made one short stop at the great laguna of Huacachina, which is a small oasis in the middle of the desert just south of Ica. It was a great place, and I could easily have spent an afternoon there …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
comfy beds .. nice staff.. nice outside area.. breakfast ok.. enjoyed our stay
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