Hotel Villa Jazmin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the ride from slightly higher. The desert is incredible and you don't know whether you are going up or down a dune unless you are the driver. Everything kind if blends into one mass of constant sand. After about 30 minutes of buggying we hit the dunes to sandboard. I must admit that the dunes were quite steep so at first we went down on our stomachs. They make you lie down and hold one foot stap then lift your legs and open them off the ground. You go surprisingly fast ...
... again driven in the dune buggies, and again with little care for welfare or life. We washed a and stuff, then went for supper where we met a guy called Jordan who would become a travelling partner for the trip up to Cusco.he was really switched on, funny, and was up for chilling - awesome all round. We went out afterwards, got really ******, then went to bed at a completely unreasonable hour. Travelling is fun! ...
Kris ad I had a great sleep but were up at 4:30 to get in line for the bus to Machu Picchu . We reached the bus station about 5:30am an the line was already about 300 people long, all wanting to see the sun rise over the ruins. The buses run pretty steadily so we managed to arrive at the gate to Machu Picchu T about 6:45, got our ticket and headed across the ruins to the gate to Wyna Picchu. You have to buy a ticket to climb Wyna Picchu and there are two time slots, 7:00 ...
... our food. After eating we went back to the internet café (they must have thought we had some sort of addiction!) and skyped our parents with an update. Went back to the hostel to collect our bags. The hostel receptionist flagged down a taxi for us. It took us 15 minutes to drive to an LP recommended hostel in Huacachina (oasis). The sand dunes were humongous and our hostel backed onto one. We booked in for 3 nights. It was so nice to be in one place for a while. Had ...
... cliff faces. Leesh is smitten as I try to get a nice shot of the tiny little guys. As we are watching them, three penguins further down the rocks are diving into the water. We are both pretty stoked to see a penguin in the wild. Around the corner of the massive islands we catch a smell of the big sea lions and can hear them barking away. These guys were huge. Much bigger than our mates back in Cabo and the bigger boys in the colony, actually did look like lions. There's a few ...