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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... He would then drive to the top of the highest dune & after waxing our sand boards with a candle we would plummet down headfirst to the bottom. Neither of us had been in the desert before and as the disappearing sun cast a blue'ish light over the dunes it felt like no environment we had ever been in. Huacachina was well worth the ...
... Kiwi guy and a Chilean girl. After lunch we headed back to the pool. Adam and Gills went off before 4pm for there buggy tour and Ryan and I climbed up the big dunes again so we could board down 2 more times! The first time we went over the back of the dunes and did a few standing up, then we went down and walked up for one last time.! On the last one we both gave it hard so to stop we made one huge sand/dust cloud which was ...
... something (the sand is very forgiving). It was at this point that I realised how popular this move was when I realised that two car loads of clapping people had enjoyed the finishing move of my descent! A Lot of Fun!
After boarding we were treated to a fantastic sunset with nothing but sand in the distance seen through the shimmering heat. Running, throwing sand to create great shapes and running as fast as possible ...
... Sandboarding and Dune Buggy tour (50 soles) from the hostel. We'd booked places in advance via email as it starts at 4pm each day and it's a good point we did as the buggy was full. Max and I sat up front as the dune buggy roared up the sand dunes behind the hostel. After flying across, up and down several dunes, stopping to take a few pictures, we arrived at the top of our first dune. Here, after viewing a condor, we all had our ...
... who are here for the thrill.
The engine was very noisy as the buggy climbed the dunes at the back of the lagoon and we stopped to take pictures. The temptation is to run round in the virgin sand leaving footprints, just like in snow ... so I did! We set off again, and it was very exciting driving down the dunes, like a roller coaster.
We stopped at the top of a dune and the ...