La Hosteria del Monasterio
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... for being an oasis amongst some of the largest sand dunes. We had a couple of stops, one of them being in Paracas where we could spend the night there if we chose to. However, as we were short on time we opted out. Although, we did have some time in the peaceful seaside town, which meant we could take a tour to the Ballestas islands, known to many travellers as the poor man's Galapagos. As we never got the chance to go to the Galapagos ...
... watching Ian prance about like a little girl. Imagine Bambi's first steps in snow. Ian refers to this as moonwalking - the graceful art of descent jumping. Lots of fun and views the like of which we have never seen. The Masterplan for the following day was that after some pool action we jumped in a Dune buggy and went a little further into the scenery stopping occasionally to go dune boarding. It's what you do here...it's like Heathen Chemistry but Dont believe the ...
... office in London, I spoke to my bank to ask for advice and to be honest, the only people who actually were any help, were my friend Helen and my parents. We made some basic plans between us for what to do for the next 5 weeks and carried on. After enjoying Paracas and heading back to Lima on Friday morning I got to the embassy to find out they shut on Friday afternoons and all weekend too. Rubbish, so we checked into a hostel and spent the ...
... as to the origins of this particular geoglyph is ongoing with much speculation. The visit to the Ballestas Islands is, from an ecotourism point of view, probably the best known along the Peruvian coast.