Hotel Villa Jazmin
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Night bus tonight over to Arequipa - we say night bus but setting off at 13:30 and arriving 5:30 tomorrow morning, itīs more like an afternoon AND night bus! 15 hours of fun!
We shall write again once we are settled in Arequipa. Sorry no pictures at the minute - the cable is somewhere at the bottom of the rucksack! We shall add them with our next entry.
Hope all is well in the UK and you have as lovely weather as we have here.
Mucho amor xxxx
... rise. It was absolute stunning. With the knowledge we had gained over the last 4 days in the ruins along the trail, it made Machu Picchu so much more. We could see the lines of people coming through the gates, and I couldn't help being a little sad that we wouldn't have this Inca site to ourselves. We spent the morning touring all of the main sites at Machu Picchu and around noon took the bus down to Aguascalientes to our hotel. ...
... 7 years to use as fertilizer (I don’t envy whoever has THAT job). We saw a ‘nazca line’ – the candelabra (so at least we got to see oneJ) Once back on shore we ordered food at a restaurant. It was awful service. Firstly they didn’t have most of the food on the menu. Then jacks sandwich was tiny and not very tasty. Then they just didn’t give me my food/forgot about my order-by which time we had to leave to catch our minibus back at ...
We stopped there for a night in order to enjoy an incredibly Peruvian landscape, sandy dunes, like if we were in the desert of Sahara.
This place is an oasis in the centre of a desert. It is located only 20min from the city called Ica. We paid only 6S/ for the fare to this oasis.
Honestly, it is very touristic but it is worth it.
We found a cheap ...
I've been to a few sand dunes around the world, and had other opportunities for these kind of shenanigins but I'm glad it hasn't kicked off until here and these are definitely the biggest ones I've seen. We climbed aboard a 9 seater sand buggy and headed out. The ride itself was good fun, and the driver didn't mess about in attacking the dunes both up and down. The first dune we did lying on the boards on our stomachs. The sand was already really hot, and ...