Hotel Puerto Inka
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Warm, comfortable bed and rooms with hot, though salty, showers. Good storage and lovely balconies. Bar and other facilities that we didn't use but looked good. Beautiful beach views and walks nearby plus sandy beach. Staff were friendly and rooms were clean.
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Puerto Inca was only a 3hr drive from Nazca. It is an ancient Inca fishing village that is located in a small bay with a nice beach. The only amenities in the bay is a small hotel which we fobbed off for a sleep on the beach. We left Nazca around mid-day so arrived in the afternoon. Megan's cook group made an amazing spread for homemade burgers, …
Breakfast at the camp-site (cereals, fruit, bread and jam) before we packed up our tents for an 8:30am departure (finally leaving 8:45 I think). We take Yansin with us for another passionate tour to Chauchilla Indian cemetery (30 km from our camp), Yansin is very enthusiastic and the group loves him. He shows us pictures and postcards from a …
... north of Cusco who have said it is cold there. I'm fine with that. I have several places that I will visit, including an ancient city similar to Stonehenge.
So, my next entry will be from the country of Bolivia....hopefully tomorrow. Thanks to Don Beck for his excellent advice, having served in the Peace Corps in Bolivia a few lifetimes ago. Don, I always love hearing your Peace Corps stories. Until Bolivia....Caio!
... below were all in Spanish)
Us: good morning. Do you serve breakfast?
them: yes, of course. What would you like?
us: erm, do you have toast? jam?
them: No. For breakfast we have roast chicken or steak
us:...er.... can we just have coffee?
us: ok, two coffees, then.
Some minutes later, two mugs of sweet fennel tea arrive. However, at least it wasn't like yesterday's breakfast in Fiscal. In the morning we ...
We left Fiscal and bought bananas from the shop. We knew it'd be a big climb out of Fiscal. The road went around mountains. It looked like a roller coaster as you could see several sections of the road in the wall of rock up ahead, progressively higher at each section, a truck trundling along a section from the right, another further up coming in from the left. It made you gulp but it's not going to ...