Hotel Oro Viejo
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comfy beds .. nice staff.. nice outside area.. breakfast ok.. enjoyed our stay
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La llegada a la provincia de Nasca fue por la tarde. Recogí las maletas y el chofer no estaba. Me puse ansiosa... Cuando finalmente llegó rápidamente nos fuimos al hotel que estaba a la vuelta de la esquina del terminal del autobús, Ja, ja!
Bueno, la tarde ya estaba ocupada con varias actividades. Ver la puesta del sol desde una colina y por …
... of the lines were some spirals that were meant to represent the balls of yarn. It looked so basic, and small to me, that it was less than impressive. The guide, Arturro, told us that these lines were 2,000 years old, but to be honest, these could have been made by school children about a week ago, I wouldn’t know any different.
We left the lines and went to Los Paredones, which was an old city that was ...
... loaded with snacks, we climbed into El Diablo [Fireball SFX] and were on our way.
I’ve mentioned it in previous posts but I cannot emphasise enough how unpredictable and just downright bat-**** crazy the traffic is in Peru. I got off lightly on this trip. Ben would be doing all the driving; I just had to point at things and scream in abject terror. I can’t say for certain if Ben was as traumatised as myself from our first day on the road, but I did notice ...
... excavated for public showing, displaying mummies in varying conditions. Some still showing small areas of skin. Hilda said that when first uncovered they were almost intact, but being exposed to the elements their condition has deteriorated. Back to hostel to pack and in to town for dinner (sea bass with prawn sauce) yum! At about 10pm boarded Overnight bus to ...
The flight we had booked was the classic 30 minute flight. The pilots made sure
that we passed over each large feature so that people sitting on either side
could get a good view. It is totally unbelievable to think that ancient people
could make these enormous figures and patterns with no modern equipment and without
an aerial perspective of what it would look like when it ...