Hotel Puerto Palos
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... the history there is in Peru we were slightly underwhelmed by the displays and the very odd, un signposted layout, except for the section about the Sendero Luminoso (shining path) which traced the origins and history of the terror campaign waged during the 80s and 90s by the Maoist guerrilla group. We had only heard about it through Ray our inca trail guide so it was fascinating to learn more and it was one of the best photography displays we've ever seen, despite some ...
... i clacson e a momenti ci voleva quasi un semaforo. Cercare di prendere un onda e allo stesso tempo schivare la gente in acqua non è proprio l'ideale, per questo Nina ci è andata solo una volta per mezzora o poco più. Molto più piacevole godersi un paio di splendidi tramonti o semplicemente oziare con una granita in mano, comprata dalle signore che vanno su e giù per la spiaggia con i loro carretti. Nel villaggio non c'è molto da fare d'altronde, a ...
– now understand why people have bought these barren lots – where there is sand
there might be oil!
Mancora is a busy little place with the Panamericana running
through town and clogged up by mototaxis too. Had intended to stay at Laguna Surf
Camp but seemed a bit of a dodgy area and a bit too far from the centre. Met a couple
who suggested Casa de Betty and got a good size double room with balcony, fan, TV,
wifi & ...
... it's a really tough life. After dinner we have discovered a hidden gem, a clothes shop that sells amazing home made dessert! We have become regulars there now...they greet us and totally know who we are. On Tuesday we booked into to swim with the turtles. It was incredible!! We headed out to a pier at about 8am. Got our snorkelling gear and flippers and as soon as we headed down the jetty we spotted the first turtle. Apparently she was a local ...
... well as some amazing sunsets! Kaylee was able to nab a few good rides herself on our trip! Having met Dave Grove from
Washington state (the avid and awesome kite board and now good friend from CM) Kaylee
has a new goal for extreme sports. Growing up wakeboarding, she
definitely has the potential to kick ass at kit boarding. Our next stop, one I never
anticipated on making, is Pacasmayo -- another little coastal fishing
village gone surf ...