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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... inbetweeners 2 (the desert in Aus) it was beautiful. Different coloured sands, different landscapes and lots of photo opportunities. Paracas itself is a town built around tourism, it has some ok restaurants, a beach and not a lot else. I had my first try of ceviche (something every Australian I've met raves about) it's quite nice really, but I couldn't eat a lot of it. Am I just behind the times with not having eaten it??? Harriet get on this-next big fish thing I'm ...
... to go underground and explore some of these tunnels for ourselves. Our guide talked with so much passion it was hard not to be a little moved by the experience.
After visiting the Hacienda, Paracas where we would spend the night. That night the whole bus went out for pizza and a few drinks and the following day we were up early to board our boat for a trip the Ballestas Islands. Paracas is home to ...
... Our toilet door had a fun quirk of opening itself when somebody else opened our room door, which led to a lot of squeeling and slamming of said toilet door!
We went out as a group (except one part of the group of a certain nationality) and had pizzas and beer, with discounts as we were Peru Hoppers! Being Halloween night we then went to another hostel called Kokopelli who were having a party. The hostel was really nice, also with a pool and a ...
The coach picked us up from our hostel relatively early. We were one of the first to be collected and had the pleasure of viewing our potential companions for the next week as they hopped on the bus. The bus was relatively full, around 40 people, a good sign as we realised the tour must be popular.
Our first stop was in Lima where we visited one of the less upmarket part of town, Chorillo. From here we climbed up to the Cristo del Pacifico, ...
... swigs from the bottle, but then as if being selected by god for some sort of boozey heaven, I was selected from the crowd and handed the quarter-full bottle to have for myself. As is custom in these situations, I tried to drink as much of it as possible. This was a mistake.
More dancing and drunken conversations later, I was on my own in the club and it was time to leave. What happened next isn’t quite the detailed account it should’ve been, as I ...