Hotel Paracas, a Luxury Collection Resort
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Per comfi bus rijden we in drie uur naar badplaats Paracas.
Terwijl we inchecken in onze poepluxe resort vraagt Noortje of we misschien een zwembad hebben waarop we standaard 'nee, jammer genoeg niet' antwoorden.
'Maar mama, ze hebben wel een zwembad, dat zie ik op de video!' (die ze in de lobby afspelen). We lachen met een dikke …
... a small view. We could only see the tree and the hands line formations with the third visible one fading away and you could only make out a small section of the lizard. The other formations in the area are only visible by the expensive flight over the top of the land. It was pretty cool, but if you wanted to fork out the cash for the flight, you also needed to stay a night in Nazca, definitely not appealing. We now have the long over nighter to ...
... boat but there was plenty to see. Penguins, cormorants, pelicans, vultures and sea lions lined the shores. Literally hundreds of each species. The guide had a brilliant accent, telling us about the 'pinguins' explaining everything deadpan while obviously reading off a sheet. Then in the afternoon we went round Paracas National Park. This was not at all what we expected. Sitting on a bus full of Peruvian tourists with only a couple of Dutch guys besides ourselves with ...
... to the Galapagos (another place on my bucket list and annoyingly so close to where I have been) but I'm not sure that the wildlife is as incredible here. All the same it was lovely to see lots of native birds, penguins and sea lions. Back at the hostel and no rest for the wicked as we were off again on a bus to Nasca. Nasca Arrived a bit later than expected so some of us rushed off ...
... our speedboat trip passed numerous rigs and tug-boats loading and transporting Peru's natural gas - hopefully the natural ecosystem doesn't incur too much damage from man's insistence on fossil fuel reliance.
We also passed Paracas' famous "candelabra" in the sand as we speed along. Similar to the famous Nazca lines (but visible from the boat rather than a plane), the ...