Hotel Villa de Valverde

Address: Av. La Angostura A-44B , Ica, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. La Angostura A-44B , Ica, is near Huacachina Lagoon, Hacienda Tacama Bodega, Regional Museum of Ica ( Museo Regional de Ica), and Bodega El Catador.
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      The journey starts

      A travel blog entry by fneumeyer on Nov 19, 2014

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      ... all this cultures were based on oral transmissions. I believe this is one reason why our materialistic perspective doesn't take many of the old wisdom traditions seriously. In two days we will visit a famous place from one of these cultures - the Nasca Lines. Huge lines on rocks in the middle of sand dunes. However, the sand never covers the lines and nobody understands how they were created and what ...

      Huacachina... Day 53

      A travel blog entry by chrisandimbi on Oct 22, 2014

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      ... Pisco sours and a night under the stars. Sadly, I was not well enough to go so made the decision to stay in town at a hotel. Not wanting Chris to miss out, we agreed I would stay alone and he would still go.

      He said the dune buggying was heaps of fun, sand boarding was good, food was great and the dunes were nice. The was a reasonably nice sunset, though nothing spectacular. Overall a really nice trip. The downside was that the ...


      A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... I had actually been robbed. Given my drunken state at the time, I probably have to assume it was the previous.

      Tail firmly between my legs I was not my normal chatty self on the Sunday, the feeling of being without phone is one I know to well, it feels a bit like having lost a limb. The 4 of us made plans to head on to Arequipa the following day, along with new recruit Lucy, a Swiss girl who was staying in mine and Nick’s dorm, who was going to go via Nazca with Peter ...


      A travel blog entry by richardjward on Sep 17, 2014

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      We spent the morning at the Cahuachi ruins outside of Nazca. This is the most important site of the Nazca people consisting of several pyramids. From the site you can see cherry blanco which the highest sand dune in the world at over 2000 metres. After lunch we headed down the coast for around four hours before setting up camp at Puerto inka. We spent the night next to the ocean after a BBQ of rissoles and jacket ...

      Ica ... Lagoon & Dunes

      A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Sep 02, 2014

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      ... the 1940's it became a smart resort, but later the subterranean water source became more erratic. Now it is supplemented with water from artesian wells, and still retains its 1940's charm and size.

      We took a taxi to Ica and looked round the museum with its slightly gory displays of mummies which had been found buried in the sand and been preserved due to the dry climate. There were also elongated ...