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

Touring Lima

A travel blog entry by redwatt on Mar 05, 2015

2 comments, 17 photos

... nap we thought we'd go and find the money exchange place our guide told us about and as we got out of the elevator, there were some of our group coming back. Mel from Newcastle and her husband decided to come with us to exchange some of their money too. We walked the two blocks Pepe had told us, and didn't find it but found the major shopping precinct for Miraflores. As we walked along we found Pepe and Lee (the son from the mother and son duo) - who would have ...

Last day on our own!!

A travel blog entry by micknmila on Oct 06, 2014

33 photos

... to rip you off, do you hop in. The Museo Larco is amazing - with its risque erotic pots and its storerooms that you can walk around and its illuminated courtyard. It also offers night-time visits. Some amazing stuff in there. Spent about two hours admiring the Peruvian art - including a light snack in the absolutely gorgeous restaurant, in the museum grounds. Taxi-ed back to the hotel about 7 pm and chilled for the rest of the night. Tired little ...

Lima Lima Lima

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jul 27, 2014

11 photos

... Eventually he woke and was like "what?" 2 minutes later it went off again and he turned it off. 5 minutes later it went off, thankfully for the last time. This time of year Lima can go weeks without seeing the sun and today was one of those days, not raining just cloudy, so we were in no rush to get moving. When we did head out we just started walking and first we found a park full of cats that were introduced to take care of a mouse infestation. ...

South America - Part 3 of Many! - Lima to Cuzco

A travel blog entry by clearyf on Jun 11, 2014

116 photos

... racing over huge sand dunes. The only was to describe it is a pure roller coaster of a ride. You get thrown all over the place. Great fun! The driver stops a few times and gives us these snow boards and we get to sand board down some of the dunes. By the end of it all, there's sand everywhere from your mouth to your jocks but well worth it. On to Nazca town. Stopped off at road side lookout to see lines but not much to see from look out tower there, as it's not ...

Pete's Birthday

A travel blog entry by lorraineaallen on Apr 03, 2014

3 comments, 19 photos

... at La Red at noon, into the welcoming embraces of the staff at this wonderful restaurant. Lorrie and Carl are taught the intricacies of constructing a Pisco Sour. The key is in the shaking... Boo and Peter prepare the ceviche. If we may so ourselves, our efforts were rewarding. The key is in the tiger's milk. La Red's owner, Juan, who's family has run this restaurant for ...