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... shotting neat pisco:/ Turned into another late night which ended in a climb up the sand dune! Bed about 2am.
Up at 8:30am. Packed up. I had a banana and chocolate pancake nom nom. Checked out and got a taxi to cruz del sur office in Ica. Got our bus to Lima at 10:30am. Bus took 4.5hrs so arrived Lima ~3pm (having not really eaten because lunch on the bus was a horrible ham sandwich). Asked to speak to Carmen Masuelas (as we ...
... after about 10 minutes we caught up with the speedy bus and managed to stop it. The driver was not happy but at least he stopped. Our driver said he wouldn't have stopped if we were locals. We the took the taxi to Huacachina which was back in the other direction. We found a hostel but couldn't check in until 8am so l fell asleep on the sofas for a while. When we eventually got our beds I slept even ...
... to the hostel for drinking games, led by our tour guide Francisco. Needless to say, with over 25 people playing drinking games things descended into chaos fairly quickly. All was abandoned to go to the club which was hotting up around 2am. It was full of locals and gringos across two floors and went on until the wee wee hours.
As we were in there, we obviously didnīt mind the noise or the proximity to our rooms (which were right next door). Although that was not the ...
... but with no health and safety. Surprised no one died! The sandboarding was really good fun aswell. We had to lie on our stomachs for the first one but after that we could try standing up. I managed to go down all 3 of the next hills pretty good, i did have a couple of bails but i managed to save myself by switching. Even the veteran canadian snowboarders didnt attempt all the ones i ...
... clothing and every orifice with sand. On the last dune our driver got the buggy stuck and we had to be towed out with another buggy. While we waited we watched the sun set over the sandy landscape. The sky was painted in beautiful colors and the dunes were a beautiful burnished gold and we could see the oasis off in the distance. A soft breeze scattered the sandy waves. That was how I spent my last sunset in Peru.
Upon returning back to Huacachina I hitched a ride to the ...