Hotel Villa Jazmin

Address: Los Girasoles Mz. C-1, Lote 7, Ica, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Los Girasoles Mz. C-1, Lote 7, Ica, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Ica

    Tombo Colorado ruins and wine tour

    A travel blog entry by krusera on May 23, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    Up early to drive north to Pisco then 45km east to the ruins of Tombo Colorado, a Chicha/inca ruins. The ruins are amazing, with some of the brilliant red, yellow and white colour still showing. No other people were there, so it's off the tourist path. Broken ceramics and even human bones litter thee the site. I hope Peru can keep protect these amazing sites, but it doesn't look hopeful. Lots of evidence ...

    Huacachina, tourist trap

    A travel blog entry by kayna on Apr 08, 2015

    32 photos

    ... including blue-footed boobies and Humboldt penguins, guanay guano birds, tendrils, pelicans and any number of other sea birds. We cruised around the islands, taking in the wildlife, which also included sealions by the hundred. There was a 'nursery' with baby sealions, playing in the surf. They were very noisy. We saw several sealions in the water and birds diving for fish. There were a few penguins about but thousands ...

    Desert Oasis

    A travel blog entry by rmalpass on Jan 24, 2015

    ... to be able to explore the dunes in a buggy was an awesome experience. We also sandboarded down the bigger dunes which was fun! We only stayed in Huacachina for 2 days which was plenty as there was nothing to do and food options were very limited/pricey. On the 2nd day we didn't do a lot apart from book a bus to Arequipa for that evening. Yet another long bus journey ...

    Nasca to huancachina

    A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Nov 20, 2014

    ... and looks like a candelabra! No one knows why, they think it was dug around the time of the Spanish invasion, but don't know how. The way it faces is away from the wind, and every time it rains, it makes the sand harder. Was that intentional or accidental? It's now nearly 3pm. We are back at the hostel, it's amazingly hot and much easier to sit in the lounge typing this, than being outside. Shame, now counting the days to home and the cold miserably weather of ...

    "Eight o'clock at the oasis..."

    A travel blog entry by shroudofturin on Aug 04, 2014

    85 photos

    ... every day. So I'm not quite sure why we actually had to get up early for it. We were warned to bring a hat because it's common for birds to poo on heads, but I realised I left mine back home in Australia. So I rushed to the market and purchased the first ugly cheap hat I could find, not realising that I'd have an entire two hours to browse for a nicer one. This hideous hat then had to get me through the next couple of weeks in Peru, and hardly any birds even flew overhead, let ...