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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 …
... a quick recovery while the other team members made all the arrangements necessary for the rest of the trip. Day 3 (today) we travelled to paracas where we have been exploring some small markets, and working on our Spanish skills .... hola amigos! Basically we are all safe and well and enjoying every moment. Lots of Love, Team ...
... their sirens on for no good reason. Or just to get priority at a traffic light. Like the taxis are honking for no good reason. Every other taxi honks twice for every other pedestrian, assuming they might be a customer. And for every intersection and a few times on straight roads when no one is there. They just honk like they breathe, unknowingly. Sometimes they add a siren to the honk. They like to be noticed. Yesterday I saw a sign next to a traffic light, ...
... found sealion pups on pebble coves playfully dodging waves whilst adult males squared up for battle, and awkwardly designed penguins repeatedly trying to haul themselves from the water to the rocks. The Paracas National Reserve encompasses a stretch of coastline immediately south of Paracas, and was established to preserve its rich marine ecosystem and historical cultural heritage relating to ancient indigenous peoples. One of the star attractions, a rock formation nicknamed ...
... of 30km! The history surrounding the place was fascinating but rarely known by local Peruvians. The house it also a popular wedding venue and I'm not sure it would do much good to advertise that the lovely outside courtyard where the marquee usually goes, used to be where they hung the slaves!
I had just a quick stopover of two nights in Lima which enabled me to explore the city for one whole day. I was staying in a neighbourhood called Miraflores, ...
Other places to stay in Paracas
Lote 30-34 Urb. Santo Domingo, Paracas | 4 star hotelfrom $128
Avenida Paracas 173, Paracas | 2 star hotelfrom $135
Carretera Paracas Km 20, Paracas | Hotelfrom $73
Urb. Santo Domingo Lote 25, Paracas | Hotelfrom $170