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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... lines so it was worth it. Continued another couple of hours to Huacachina. Arrived at the hostel (Casa de Arena) and was surprised to see Geoff, Ben, Nick and Jasmine here! I took a taxi into town with the Icelandic girls and our guide to withdraw some money, then returned and had a few drinks with those guys. Went to bed around ...
... to me.
Another set of hoppers arrived on the Tuesday and we got to know a few of them, but it was difficult to infiltrate, when they had already been traveling a few days together. I booked my outward journey with them on the Thursday. It was sad leaving, but definitely time. Although on the last day, the chef had found two puppies that everybody was playing with when we had to go and get the bus. I was very tempted to stay on and play with them, but I tore myself ...
... 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 ...
... Pisco sours and a night under the stars. Sadly, I was not well enough to go so made the decision to stay in town at a hotel. Not wanting Chris to miss out, we agreed I would stay alone and he would still go.
He said the dune buggying was heaps of fun, sand boarding was good, food was great and the dunes were nice. The was a reasonably nice sunset, though nothing spectacular. Overall a really nice trip. The downside was that the ...
... 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 ...