Hotel Wendy

Address: Av San Franciso, Pisco, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pisco

Nazca Lines

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Jan 06, 2015

... are theorized to have been made by the Parcas and Nazca cultures from 900 BC to AD 600, though since they are only visible from the sky, it's only conjecture as to why.

We got into Nasca around 8:30, and thanks to a very decent Wikitravel entry new the drill and what to expect. We bypassed the touts and people barmbarding us with signs for whatever to grab a taxi direct to the airport. Here we bartered around until we settled on a plane ...

Sealions and Sandstorms

A travel blog entry by samandkevin on Sep 23, 2014

... there to harvest all the guano to use on farms and if there's enough, to export it. Apparently when they first starting doing it Peru made almost enough money to clear their accumulated national debt.....that's a lot of bird poop!

We also saw loads of Sealions and even some baby ones which was pretty cool.

On the way back one of the pelicans flew right up alongside our boat!


Birds, seals and penguins

A travel blog entry by angela_louise on Aug 27, 2014

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... and hostels. It was quite pretty, in a stark desert way. We walked around the lake and ran down the sand dunes.

Finally we headed for Nazca, stopping at one of the viewing towers which allows you to see parts of the lines. I got a bit of a case of vertigo going up the rickety ladder, from which I could see a hand in the soil. The sun was setting so we pressed on to Nazca, where we stayed at a lovely hotel (not hostel) in town.


Pisco Market Frenzy

A travel blog entry by kate.anthonisz on Jul 03, 2014

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... stop to locate a taxi to take us home. We ended up sharing a mini van with some Dutch tourists which worked out really well. I had my personal space back and was in my happy place. We hit the road and I promptly fell asleep until we got back to the place where we found a taxi (the dad had his little girl in the front seat so she came along for a ride too) and got back to the hotel. We have also discovered that in Peru you must negotiate price of the ...

Three Wonders at Once

A travel blog entry by cherub94 on May 21, 2014

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... The smell is pretty horrific but expected and you get over that after you realise how beautiful this place is. The islands are scattered and in a variety of formations, with numerous archways, pebble beaches and are host to a few abandoned piers and buildings looking slightly eerie.

On our way to Huacachina we make a visit to a Pisco refinery (as we are in the Pisco district, it would be rude not to) where we learn the ...

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