La Hacienda Bahia Paracas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Hacienda Bahia Paracas
Brilliant hotel. Rooms are spacious and quiet with private balconies with nice seating. Amazing views of Bay. 2 swimming pools and good quality restaurant. Staff friendly, especially in restaurant
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Friday 17th August – Down the coast to Paracas
We drove back to the hotel and decided we just had time to have a light lunch there. We explained that we didn't have much time to the waiter, so he brought us some lovely soup and cold Cusco beer whilst we sat outside. Perfect timing as the taxi collected us at 1.30. We drove through …
... so we were pleased to have seen them at all. The sea lions also deserve a mention, several groups languishing on rocks.
Needless to say, where there are a lot of seabirds, consuming vast quantities of fish every day, the rocks get covered with a lot of guano or bird poop, and its acrid aroma hangs in the sir, despite the wind. This is an excellent fertiliser, so during the ...
... view of the surrounding area even though it seemed to be smoggy. It also showed us that the bigger city of Ica wasn't necessarily worth a visit. Erica was then leaving, so I decided to go for a walk around town before getting some dinner and once again going to bed early. The next morning brought on yet another walk around town as there was literally nothing else to do. On the way I found a nice little restaurant ...
Huacachina was our little slice of western heaven after the long, hard, tiring, but wonderful trek. It's a tiny town nestled in the middle of sand dunes, arranged around a small lake, and the only reason that anyone comes here is if they're a tourist wanting to do sand dune sports. So it's not our usual kind of place, but all the restaurants were aimed solely at travellers so we had some a-maze-ing ...
... impressive cliffs at the shore line. There was very little wildlife around about the only thing we did spot was a fisherman out on a rock. Who, for some reason, had decided to go fishing totally naked.
We headed back to town and had some lunch before catching the bus to San Jose Hacienda in Chincha. This is a former slave plantation with the original house still standing. We went on a tour of the underground tunnels where slaves were smuggled in all ...