Bravo Surf Camp Hostel

Address: Manzana A, lote 10, Punta Hermosa, --, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Manzana A, lote 10, Punta Hermosa.
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Travel Blogs from Punta Hermosa

Lima, the second driest capital in the world

A travel blog entry by kayna on Apr 22, 2015

2 comments, 23 photos

... we checked out of the hostel and put our bags into their storage area. After breakfast, we headed to San Francisco Church and Convent, for a tour of the religious areas and in particular the catacombs. The church and convent had an amazing amount of opulence, with tiles dating from 1620, paintings galore, and gold leaf everywhere. The catacombs gave us our fix of morbidness, with the remains of around 25000 people (estimated) in the catacombs (still, this ...

Huaca Pucllana

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Oct 26, 2014

7 photos

... are the remains of the “Señor de los Unkus” (The Lord of the Unkus), which belonged to the first tomb within the ceremonial center to have been discovered completely intact. This tomb holds three separate burial shrouds containing the remains of three adults–two of which have masks–and those of a sacrificed child. The past two weeks i had only had one beer and not felt the need to drink anything alcoholic but ...

Day in Lima

A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 04, 2014

7 photos

... Aramus. Housing the tomb of Francis Pesaro the founder of Lima who was beheaded. The catacombs are interesting with remains under glass that you walk across. A little weird. Also rooms with large art collections making the cathedral a little like an art museum. Outside on the other side of this beautiful square is the Government Palace. They were changing the guard and the band was entertaining behind strong fences. In ...

Peruvian salsa

A travel blog entry by kathy.turner on Jun 29, 2014

... with better dancers. He wasn't keen, but his friend encouraged him. Before you know it we were the middle of the dancefloor, with no one else dancing. The whole club was watching-clapping and laughing....pretty sure it as because I was a gringa and they couldn't believe I could sort of dance. So nerve racking for some reason, even though I've danced heaps on Sydney. Great night in the end!

Chao chao


New Continent

A travel blog entry by chris_farr on May 06, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... is, Nevers gave us details on where to go for a drink, where to change money and where we would be able to get good food in close proximity to the hotel. The whole bus was silent as Nevers reeled off invaluable information, that didn't mean anything to us then but is starting to help now that we have arrived. As the bus approached Miraflores it peeled off the dual carriage way which followed the Pacific coastline and proceeded to struggle up ...