Hotel Paracas, a Luxury Collection Resort
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... about the Pacific war between Peru and Chilli before going to El Silenco private beach for lunch. The beach was about 1.5 hours South of Lima and was truly stunning. The lunch stop was the first real opportunity for the whole bus to mingle and what better way to start, by having a couple of beers in the sunshine overlooking the ocean!
After lunch, we continued South for approximately two hours to ...
... im probably not going to go to the likes of Kenya as im not really overly fussed about the whole animal safari thing. Not expecting much i was just happy to be flying about on a boat because the sun was out. Closer we got to the island the more intense the reek of bird **** got. Hundreds and hundreds of birds were all over the island and in the air, two people on my boat even got **** on the lucky sods. Aswell as birds the island was also home to hundreds ...
... we were dropped back in town while everyone else continued on to Huacachina. We got some fruit for lunch and sat at the beach. We had the afternoon just chilling out not doing a whole lot. We got to chat with Soph, Hailz and Gaz then to Maddy. We walked along the beach and around town before going back for a BBQ dinner. There was a band set up in the center of town so we sat and listened to them for awhile! Before going back to the room and got to chat with the ...
... swigs from the bottle, but then as if being selected by god for some sort of boozey heaven, I was selected from the crowd and handed the quarter-full bottle to have for myself. As is custom in these situations, I tried to drink as much of it as possible. This was a mistake.
More dancing and drunken conversations later, I was on my own in the club and it was time to leave. What happened next isn’t quite the detailed account it should’ve been, as I ...
... including the cost of the port fee, the national park fee. Everywhere you go there are lots of little additional tourist taxes which have to be paid. Despite this we enjoyed our tour of the islands which used to supply a huge amount of fertiliser called Guano (bird poo) to countries in Europe. There are so many pelicans and other birds who swarm the skies, and at night the volume of birds create a carpet of black across the three islands that make up the ...