Hotel Paracas, a Luxury Collection Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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... may be the smallest place I've ever stayed on The Road. Very picturesque. Unsurprisingly it is scorchio. It feels like a long time since I've been able to work on the tan. We checked into a place that has a pool and just chilled.
In the evening they put on an all you can eat/drink bbq. I got my fill of both meat and pisco sours. I'm really getting a taste for them. We also had a town wide blackout that lasted about half an hour. No explanation given. ...
... Again, given great supply of fresh seafood from the waters, we enjoyed a seafood for dinner - Crab and Arroz con Mariscos (rice with an array seafood) Our accommodation was nearby the sea and we stayed on the top floor with a airy shared balcony/bar with a lovely view of the palm trees and shipping boats Ballestas Islands: Took a 40min boat to the Ballestas Islands. There was spectacular wildlife and scenery affording us views of dolphins, penguins, sea ...
... br> After our nautical excursion we headed overland into the surrounding desert to the Reserva Nacional de Paracas with its red beaches (volcanic rock), awesome views of the desert and the sea and again the local birds of the region.
We didn't know what to expect from Peru, but snow-capped mountains to isolated desert in one night just shows how varied it is. Who knows what our next stop in Peru will have in ...
... to get used to, but did not take away from the impressiveness of such a quantity of wildlife. At one point, one of the before unmentioned nationalities decided to poke his GoPro as far out of the boat and into a sealionīs face. To our amusement, the sealion attacked it, making said nationality jump back in fright. It also allowed us to get some great close up snaps!
After the two hour roundtrip, we said goodbye to some of the group who ...
... marine wildlife, and attracts lots of flamingos native to the area. This was the first place that Peru's liberating army landed and so Paracas plays a key part in the history of Peru. It is said that the national flag colours were inspired by the many flamingos who have red tinged wings with a much lighter coloured chest. Red, White, Red, the flamingo flag. To see these beautiful creatures we walked to near the edge of the sea. I ran there for no reason. On ...