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Today we travelled to Paracas and visited the National Reserve. Apart from being part of the Atacama desert (but Chile not liking people calling it that) it was amazing to see the desert meet the sea. Weird but it only sees 20mm of rain per annum and is why the Nazca lines have survives hundreds of years too!
Luis our guide was great and …
Good morning, Peru! A delicious breakfast in the midst of our cozy stay in Lima was a nice welcome mat to the day. We jumped on the bus and took a nice drive through Lima. The modern touches were surprising and I wished I could stay longer. It gives me something to look forward to as I'll be back to finish off my Peruvian adventures. We then …
... 12 hours bus after we get dropped off tomorrow in Arequipa so I guess they didn't care staying up late, but for our arrival into Arequipa at 0500, we weren't impressed about another movie at this time. It keeps Leesh up but I manage a bit of sleep before Leesh goes and snags a free seat across and we spread out to hopefully get more sleep. Ps, pictures from today are only on the camera, not phones so can't upload any to the blog. You'll need to check fb when we ...
... inbetweeners 2 (the desert in Aus) it was beautiful. Different coloured sands, different landscapes and lots of photo opportunities. Paracas itself is a town built around tourism, it has some ok restaurants, a beach and not a lot else. I had my first try of ceviche (something every Australian I've met raves about) it's quite nice really, but I couldn't eat a lot of it. Am I just behind the times with not having eaten it??? Harriet get on this-next big fish thing I'm ...
... on the dunes and see nothing but sand and blue sky. The sandboarding was great fun. Hard work and not the same as snowboarding as there aren't any edges to turn on, so it's more of a point down and fly down the dune. Unfortunately there are no lifts here so we had to make our own way back up the dune, but it was a great morning. Back at hotel and a quick shower before our bus to ...
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