On Monday we drove 4 hours south of Lima to Huacachina with Tio Wilson, his kids Susan and Jeyson, Nils, ZZ, Julie and Abigail. When we started off the day with a rental van with a dead battery, we were unsure of how successful our day trip would be. But thanks to Wilson and Nils's expertise, we were able to get the van running and hit the road. Other than that, we made it through the trip with very few hiccups-- other than Abigail losing her breakfast on the way there and her dinner on the way back... all over the van.

Huacachina is a nature preserve that covers about 100 square kilometers. Tourists travel from far and wide to visit the natural oasis surrounded by giant sand dunes as far as the eye can see. We got there just in time to hop in a sand dune buggy driven by our number one homie Rinaldo. Let's just say his driving was far from cautious and we loved it. We zoomed up the massive sand dunes and got to surf down them on sand boards. We left Huacachina with hearts full of adrenaline and pants full of sand. The whole time we were like...

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