Friday, January 31, 2014

January 31, 2014 Paracus National Park, 35 degrees C

This morning we went to Paracas National Reserve, a 335,000 ha reserve on the Paracas peninsula. The drive through the park is on solid rock mixed with boulders and of course lots of sand. There are roadways but also many paths that lead off into more remote areas. At one point the BMW gets bogged down in soft sand and Diana has to push as I paddle with my feet and the new tire spraying sand all-over Diana. Once on firm ground we empty our shoes of sand and pebbles and continue exploring until mid afternoon. For those in the area, this is defiantly a must see park with great photo opportunities and a nice museum.







  1. These pictures are amazing!
    Getting caught up on your trAvels, quite the adventure
    Enjoying your blog!
    Look forward to reading more

  2. Hi Dena,
    Glad to hear you're enjoying our blog. We plan to visit Edmonton in June, hopefully we can get together again as I'm sure the kids could use some Tim Bits again! Say hello to your mom and dad for us.
    Diana & Ken