La Hosteria del Monasterio
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... instead in tour agency profit. So, took the taxi (10 soles) to Huacachina. Only 10 to 15 km outside of Ica.
drop me off in front of Hosedaje Rocha. Paid 32USD for two nights in a queen bed with private bathroom and TV.
walking around the pond. Plenty of restaurants/cafes/bars. I was walking only 10 to 15 minutes that's it. Nothing much to do around. Ate one ...
... dunes but one after another we all made it down safely. We repeated this several times, each time going to the top of a higher dune, finishing off with a HUGE decent that covered three continuous dunes. Towards the end of the evening we climbed to the top of another dune to watch the sunset. It was a beautiful view and great to share it with our new friends. The next morning we were up early ready for the monster bus journey to Arequipa, see you there.
... 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.
... it was entertaining and all made us all feel
useful. All told this was about a three hour ordeal, but I did get the
sandmatting experience I asked Tim about a few days earlier.
When we got back to camp Rodney’s paella dinner tasted really
good under the circumstances despite cooking several hours too long. We washed
all down with copious amounts of the cheap Chilean box wine we will come to
know and love all the way to Santiago.