DAY 3: Dune buggying up and sand boarding down the only natural desert oasis in South America - Huacachina, Peru over sunset🌵 the five hills gradually got steeper and steeper (steepest is second video clip)... definitely a bit nervous at start, but totally miss the adrenaline rushing roller coaster dropping adventure now... such a nice view of the dunes on the way down🎢 #desertoasis#sanddunes#sandboarding#dunebuggying#huacachina#ica#peru#southamerica
📸 the only oasis in America. Really ? | Huacachina
I’ve been staying in hostels for the past week and a half and when people ask me why I’m traveling alone and why I’m traveling for so long... I just don’t really know the answer. Maybe I wanna be free? Maybe I wanna learn something? Maybe I just wanna be amazes by this beautiful earth we stay on. The only thing I know is that I did let a lot behind me when I left and I can’t look back. I hope this journey will make me stronger. I hope this trip will make me wiser. And most of all I hope that leaving will show me who and what are the most important in my life and will still be there for me.
Let’s see soon enough.
Ponieważ #blondynkawpodrozy źle zarezerwowała busa, a na jutro nie ma już wolnych miejsc do Arequipy, musiałam zostać w Huacachinie 2 dni więcej. Poznaje więc inne strony Ici i cieszę się z dwóch dodatkowych dni tutaj
Stąd widać też potężny smog jaki wisi nad Icą. Tysiące starych aut i tuktuków nie pozostaje bez śladu. Hałdy śmieci, ogromne korki, bezpańskie psy biegające watahami po ulicach, ale i pyszne jedzenie oraz ciepli jak ta pustynia w południe ludzie.
Begonia 'Richmondensis' (Richmond Begonia) – A shrubby plant that grows to 2 feet tall by an equal width with red stems holding attractive semi-succulent and glossy oval shaped leaves that are dark green above with red undersides and red scalloped and toothed margins. In frost free locations the salmon-pink flowers bloom throughout the year and are held near the branch tips. Plant in a well-drained soil in bright shade or part sun (can take nearly full sun along coast) with more intense light bringing out the best reddish colors. Water occasionally to regularly. Hardy to 25-30 degrees F. Pinch tips of stems to encourage branching and occasionally prune hard to rejuvenate and shape. A great plant for a hanging basket, potted specimen or planted in the ground. In Mildred and Edward Thompson's Begonia: The Completed Reference Guide (New York Times Books, 1981) this cultivar is noted as first being described in 1939 as a seedling of the red evergreen flowering Begonia 'Digswelliana', itself a hybrid created in 1865 from cross between Begonia fuchsioides and Begonia semperflorens.