Bravo Surf Camp

Address: Manzana A Lote 10, Santa Cruz, Lima, --, Peru | B&B
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      Lima - Quick Look

      A travel blog entry by sa2013 on Jan 30, 2015

      5 photos

      ... feet above four lanes of traffic that hug the unforgiving oceanfront rocky side cliffs. Heading with the gusts of wind, once airborne, they speed along at thirty miles an hour plus lifting high above the Malecon crowd, hang there briefly then hang a left banking into the breeze a little more slowly following what must have been an original Spanish masthead view of the coast. BCAA insurance might cover this but it wouldn't matter....

      A ...

      Lima - the Second Dryest City in the World.

      A travel blog entry by nigelandpeter on Jan 15, 2015

      1 comment, 11 photos

      Only Cairo receives less rainfall than Lima which depends almost completely on water from the Andes. Lima was quite a surprise to us as the guide books do not rate it greatly. The area we stayed in, Miraflores, which caters for tourists mainly is bright & bustling with a good choice of restaurants. It reminded us of Bournemouth as it overlooks the Pacific Ocean from high ...

      Lima and intrepid

      A travel blog entry by meganop on Nov 24, 2014

      15 photos

      ... with her English but lacked confidence and dodged questions by finishing each explanation with 'aay' and then bolting quickly to the next area. Learnt to exchange cash on the street and check the bills to ensure no counterfeits. Thanks Augusto. Nearly got run over several times trying to cross the road. Honestly the stray dogs in Peru are better at crossing the road than we are. E moments Given the number of outrageous things that happen related to E there will be a paragraph ...

      Lima: a city of contrasts

      A travel blog entry by nomesjp on Sep 28, 2014

      6 photos

      ... be dug up and moved to allow space for more. high demand for burials. A deep well had become the dumping place for skulls, and the floor of one bricked in room was covered in various other bones. It wasn't gruesome, just extremely unnerving and I couldn't wait to get out for a breath of fresh air and reality.

      After the church, our tour was finished and the bus took us back to the coastal area of Miraflores where we saw evidence of the tourist ...

      Walking til I couldn't walk no more!

      A travel blog entry by on Sep 09, 2014

      18 photos

      I arrived in Lima last night. Flights were on-time and uneventful, except when I arrived in Lima, my bag was the last one off the plane. I was about to head toward the lost luggage office, when it finally showed up. And I knew Armando was waiting outside customs wondering what happened to me, with no way to contact each other. But it all worked out.

      Armando rented an ...