Zarcillo Paradise

Address: Av. Principal de Ingreso al Chaco 101, Paracas, 056, Peru | Inn
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This inn, located on Av. Principal de Ingreso al Chaco 101, Paracas, is near Candelabro.
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    From the sunny shores of Paracas

    A travel blog entry by ellamorgan4 on Jul 25, 2015

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    ... all out as we progressed to the grand final.. With some questionable tactics a couple of locals beat us in the end, but Ella will have you know it was because I didn't knock the ball away when he bounced it in for the win... :) Paracas has genuinely been outstanding! I strongly recommend anyone to leave an open number of days if visiting here- it's a lovely place to kick back and enjoy the sun with a cocktail in hand. Much love, Alex and ...

    South to Paracas

    A travel blog entry by hulleys on Jun 14, 2015

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    Today we have a long drive as we head south to Paracas via the archaeological site of Pachacamac.

    Before leaving Lima we pay a visit to a district known as Barranco, an area of colonial and nineteenth century houses which has now become the Bohemian centre of the city. A really interesting area.

    On our way through the suburbs, we see the first of many shanty towns. There has been a big influx of ...

    Little Things

    A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Jun 13, 2015

    9 photos

    ... are looking at their telephones rather than looking at the traffic. While their female collegues are sturdy but elegantly regulating traffic blowing their whistles all of the time. In trousers or elegant long skirts, wearing boots. Their hair short or in a knot. Carrying a gun or a ladies-police-purse. And always a stick with a red light at night. Policecars may drive without lights at night. At the same time, they may have their flashlights on all the ...

    An Oasis

    A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on May 19, 2015

    27 photos

    ... say the food was better than his moves but unfortunately this was not the case. Still feeling peckish we opted for a chocolate dessert to share, which was not the best to be honest. Our little legs were getting tired and we headed back to the room to get some rest. It was all go that day, from the early start to the boat tour to hiking up sand dunes. It was action packed and we were action wrecked. It didn't take us too long to fall sleep that ...

    Poor man's Galapagos

    A travel blog entry by bryan.welton on Apr 24, 2015

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    ... was destroyed by an earthquake a few years ago, but for the sake of nostalgia it remains a staple part of the tour itinerary. The red and orange sands contrast beautifully with the blues and greens of the ocean, and I found my gaze shifting constantly from the dunes to the cliffs to the shore. The hazy views and warm breeze brought me to a place of complete relaxation, and a chance encounter with some fisherman and pelicans at lunchtime made for another fantastic ...