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

Peru - Lima days 3/4

A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Jan 30, 2015

7 comments, 23 photos

... house a bright Color brings good luck. Not only to you, but to your family and your friends and neighbors! Also one generation usually builds a house, one story, then the next generations builds the next level and lives there, then the next builds another level and lives there. So typically a 3 storey house has 3 generations living there! Also there are dogs everywhere. They're basically community dogs and everyone takes care of them feeding them and sometimes even getting ...

Unproductive day in Lima

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Oct 02, 2014

2 photos

I had a very unproductive day today. I was planning on going to the US Embassy to report my US passport as stolen, but that didn’t happen. I got in touch with the embassy to find out what office I had to visit, and they told me that I didn’t even need to come in. I could just report the theft by email. So I sent an email, and then was told that I ...

A Random Accounting of Things I Miss in the U.S.

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Sep 01, 2014

1 comment

It's been seven months of traveling outside of the U.S. In no particular order, I miss:

1) Driving. Not only do I miss driving myself where I want to go (although all the walking has been better for my health), I miss the way Americans drive. Stop laughing. I promise, if you have ever been on a winding road in the mountains with a Ecuadorian driver doing 90 whipping past each other on single lane roads, or trapped in the back seat of a taxi ...

Bus trip and general chaos.

A travel blog entry by kate.anthonisz on Jul 01, 2014

21 photos

... you a good idea of how large the place was. We also went and visited one of the oldest libraries in South America and it took all of my self resolve not to climb over that stupid little white rope and explore the array of books. After our tour, we stopped off at the shops for lunch and checking into our flight. We then realised something. That you need to book train tickets to get to Machu Picchu which we were doing the following day. We didn't realise ...

We join the tour group . . .

A travel blog entry by rose_giro on May 06, 2014

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A much needed night of rest refreshed us for this morning's meeting with the tour director and our traveling group for the rest of the trip.

We began the day at the Colonial Center of the city, which is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After making it's way through tortuous traffic, the bus deposited us in ...