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We arrived in Lima and boarded our 'Peru Hop' bus which would be home for the next 8 days. Peru Hop is a new company that has only been running for about a year and is marketed at backpackers as an easy, safe and affordable way to travel throughout the South of Peru whilst taking in all the sites and meeting plenty of other backpackers along the way.
Our guide for the trip was called Nielo and he ...
... that between getting local buses, taxis to and from hostels and bus stations as well as tours, the cost was equal, if not somewhat cheaper on Peru Hop. It also visited all the places I was intersted in.
I set off on Friday morning with a number of others from my hostel, who I had till that point not met, but would soon be firm friends with. We drove through parts of Lima to get some history of that and were then on our way. We stopped ...
... version of Christ the Redeemer and checked out some great views of the city.
We stopped for lunch at around12:30 and tasted our first portion of ceviche, a national dish of Peru containing raw fish, plenty of lime, red onions and chili. Both Claire and I thought it was absolutely delicious. Here we had the opportunity to chat to some of our fellow travellers, share stories and have a few laughs. The seemed like a very nice bunch.
... colourful metal monster of a dune buggy we were strapped tightly into left the relative safety of the Huacachina streets and began blasting up and down the sand-dunes at rollercoaster-esque velocity. My stomach was having a bad time already. Thankfully, this only lasted about 5 minutes, before we reached our first big dune and were handed our makeshift wooden boards, ready to skid down them face first. Some people wanted to stand up ‘snowboard style’ down ...
On the way to Ica you will find an excellent seaside town called Paracas. Drawing into the bus station feels like you have been dropped off in a shack in the middle of the desert. Indeed here you are on the fringe of the Atacama desert and are treated with a national park of endless red sand. We had come to visit the Galapagos of Peru the Ballestas islands. Walking along the waterfront looking for a good hostal to stay at for a day or two we spied some ...