Rate our ReviewsLA ARENILLA ECOLOGY RESERVE La Punta, Callao -Peru….Next to the long wall of Malecón (Boardwalk) Pardo starts the Malecón Wiesse that borders the La Arenilla Reserve, which is really a large pool. Surrounded by the city and the sea, perhaps it is the smallest wetlands of Lima and Callao (with an area of 17 hectares of which 14 hectares correspond to […]
Rate our ReviewsLa Punta Callao Peru….Leaving the Fortress of Real Felipe and walking along Jorge Chávez Ave., my feet went towards La Punta. On the way and a few meters from the Fortress is the Submarine Museum Abtao, the submarine of the Peruvian Navy that was saved from the junkyard after being discharged with 48 years of […]
Rate our ReviewsCallao Peru……Over what is now called Independence Square, a few meters from the port in the Callao Center, stands the stony fortress of Real Felipe, a firm defender of our coasts to repel pirate and corsairs attacks and, in addition, the scene of events that marked the course of Peru and America.
Rate our ReviewsPerched on top of a large hill, in the midst of old, historic Quito, is this monumentAL church. It is called the “ Basilica del Voto Nacional” which translates from Spanish into the “Basilica of the National Vow”. Its construction was obviously meant to be awesome and I am sure it even […]
Rate our ReviewsPerhaps the saddest feature of Lima, Peru is the belief that it offers little to the traveler. The general belief is that it is just a jump point to Cusco and Machu Picchu. It is a shame that all of Peru is overpowered by Machu Picchu because the rest of the country deserves […]