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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 little disappointed with the tour but we had to remind ourselves this wasn't the galapagos islands. After the boat ride, it was time to get back on the bus to take the 3 hour journey to Huacachina. We arrived around 3 o'clock, and just like the kiwi experience, the peru hop organised our accommodation. We were staying in a hostal but we had our own private room with en suite. After checking in with the rest of the bus, we headed out for a ...
I was amazed when I woke up this morning that the top of my sleeping bag was damp. We were camping under the stars in the sand dunes where I expected it to be much drier. Around 6:30 they drove up back to the oasis village and we had breakfast. From here, we loaded back into our trucks and drove to Paracas. Paracas is the gateway to the Isles Ballestas, also known as the poor man's Galapagos. We loaded onto a boat and were taken out into the ...
... with him! Ops!
I arrived on a Tuesday and was planning to leave on the Fruday, that was until I heard about a beer festival taking place that weekend. Now I'm not a massive fan of beer but I am a fan of a good time and seeming as this only occurred once a year it seemed a shame to miss out! So I moved my bus ticket and extended my stay in the hostel until the Monday. The next morning four of us set out to hunt down the festival. We walked about 40 minutes ...
... are you staying in a hostel?” and spat at Jack-nice. The sandwich shop wasn’t there anymore so we crossed over the road and ate in ‘Liverpool’ – a beatles themed restaurant (because we could pay on American express-the only credit card we had left). On our way back to the hostel we went to a book shop so Jack could buy a book. Looked for an LP recommended celebrity chefs restaurant (to go to later for dinner) but that was also no longer ...
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