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... the the scariest hugest thing and I screamed like crazy going down. I also ended up a bit battered so decided that was the end of my sand boarding! The next day, we went on a trip to Nazca to see the famous Nazca lines. To do this, you have to go up in a little propellor plane and they fly you over them. It was so much fun. I have never been in such a tiny plane so it was great with just six passengers. The plane twisted ...
... treated to. At the top we met a lovely couple that we had met at our previous hostel in Lima, and chatted to them as the sun went down.
The following day we had breakfast at a nearby cafe called 'Bamboo' - and what an amazing breakfast it was! I had a big bowl of porridge (I wouldn't be nearly so excited about this except for the fact that it was the only non-bread breakfast that I had had in 3.5 months!) and a cappuchino that, while it wasn't ...
... arrive at Huacachina, surrounded by massive sand dues that went as far as the eyes could see, and in the middle, a small lake of which the town was set around. The activities for the day were sandboarding and sandbuggying, which we instantly signed up to. We were met by a older man named Juan, stood in front of a aggressive looking sand buggy. We were assured by the hostel that Juan was a bit "loco", so we were bound to have a great time! Juan ...
... of miners in this area.
They blocked the main roads on our way. As a result we stayed one extra day in Huacachina.
Then we had to cancel our flight above the Nazca Sand Lines. Finally we succeeded to get to
a view tower in Nazca to watch just a few pictures. They look really impressive if you take into
account they were made 2400 years ago, and since then were not destroyed by wind and rain.
... fed for hours a DVD with the music video of a band called "los Pukas del Peru" an endless annoying lament with an even more annoying guy on the background who was continously screaming nonsense words like "vamos", "sė!", "arriba, arriba" and other stuff like that. I would only like to point out that if we were to meet this useless band of so-called musicians somewhere on the street, blood would probably be shed.
The music is not the only terrible thing in Peru, a ...
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