Pico Alto Surf Camp

Address: Manzana "L" Lote "14" , Punta Hermosa, Peru | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Manzana "L" Lote "14" , Punta Hermosa.
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    Travel Blogs from Punta Hermosa

    Lima and surrounds

    A travel blog entry by delbr on Mar 29, 2014

    5 comments, 11 photos

    ... can't afford to see their own artefacts. Back to Miraflores and time for a walk down to the cliffs above the beach to the love park. It is a Friday afternoon and there are people out enjoying themselves, surfing (apparently the water temperature is only 12 degrees), paragliding, rollerblading and walking their dogs and their kids. Fantastic food, had Italian for dinner, very reasonable. P.S. Mark S they have great surfing In Lima, as well at least one surf ...

    Nazca, Huacachina and Lima

    A travel blog entry by salsta17 on Nov 29, 2013

    17 photos

    ... got some more tasty samples. Headed to the beach and a park which reminded me of the Guadi park in Barcelona and lastly finished with a Pisco Sour making demonstration. Pretty hungry by the end of it and headed the the sandwich place Jordan and Skyler and recommended, good toasted sarnies and v good skin on fries. Met mum and dad at 5.30, had a drink and then to Panchita another recommended restaurant (this time a little smarter but luckily they still let us in!). ...

    The one where we go to the wave machine

    A travel blog entry by ekimmike on Nov 27, 2013

    8 photos

    ... existed below the dirt and the excavation began. It was interesting to see and hear about the differences between these ruins by the sea and those in the mountains. First, the incans here worship the sea vs the sun (I don't think the sun shines in Lima) and since it doesn't rain here they built their ruins out of mud bricks. Mud bricks would not be a wise choice in the rainy Andes for obvious reasons. They were also very ...

    Reflections on my past year!

    A travel blog entry by lisannelee on Oct 16, 2013

    24 photos

    ... much love, understanding, forgiveness, chances, support, patience and showing then through example, that they can change for the better
    -I have finally figured out what I want to do as a career
    -I have finally forgiven myself and everyone else for everything that they have done in my life and upon reflection, I wasn’t always right in all the things that I did (even though at the time, I felt it was justified what I did do) and in fact I know that I have done some really ...

    Remember that time I didn't learn Spanish

    A travel blog entry by naomilittle on Aug 07, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... lives on the first floor. Anita and her family live on the second floor while the third floor only has a few walls built up and will likely eventually get built up for someone else in the family, possibly Denisse or Pepe if they decide they want to stay close to the family. The house we are staying in (grandmothers house) was torn down a few years ago and rebuilt, as it was found that no steel rods were built into the walls of the house...making it quite a risk when ...