Pico Alto Surf Camp

Address: Manzana "L" Lote "14" , Punta Hermosa, Peru | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Manzana "L" Lote "14" , Punta Hermosa.
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Travel Blogs from Punta Hermosa

Huaca Pucllana

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Oct 26, 2014

7 photos

... games.” It served as an important ceremonial and administrative center for the advancement of the Lima Culture, a society which developed in the Peruvian Central Coast between the years of 200 AD and 700 AD. With the intended purpose of having the elite clergymen (who politically governed several valleys in the area) express their complete religious power and ability to control the use of all the natural water resources (saltwater ...

We join the tour group . . .

A travel blog entry by rose_giro on May 06, 2014

12 photos

... of the Plaza Mayor, a colorful four sided box of powers in Peru.

On one side sits the Government Palace, the official residence of Peru's President Ollanta Humala.

Another side holds the ornate Palace of the Archbishop. The Mayor of Lima occupies another side of the square, and ...

Last Days in Lima

A travel blog entry by augsabroad on Feb 04, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... resting for a bit. Jorge, Esperanza, Nataly, Mara and I all went to the Parque de Aguas. This park is famous in Lima because it is only open at night and at certain tiems of the year, because it has many fountains that are lit with colors. So every fountain is like it's own light and water show. It was very busy, and all the Lima citizens were running through certain fountains with their clothes on. Then we went to Bembos, a Peruvian fast-food chain. ...


A travel blog entry by pkgregoire on Dec 14, 2013

This day started good and ended on a bad note with me breaking down about being in a country we can't understand people in. But as I am writing this later on in our journey I am ok again. We had breakfast then Paul ran to a laundry mat to drop off our clothing. Then we went on a bus tour of Lima. With the tour we were going to see the cathedral where as if we had gone in the afternoon they were going to see the catacombs, which Paul and I wanted to do instead but it turned out the ...

The one where we go to the wave machine

A travel blog entry by ekimmike on Nov 27, 2013

8 photos

... existed below the dirt and the excavation began. It was interesting to see and hear about the differences between these ruins by the sea and those in the mountains. First, the incans here worship the sea vs the sun (I don't think the sun shines in Lima) and since it doesn't rain here they built their ruins out of mud bricks. Mud bricks would not be a wise choice in the rainy Andes for obvious reasons. They were also very ...