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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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bring a big dog - good surf but bring protection. i was robbed at gunpoint and left nearly naked on the highway. lots of other travelers with experiences as well.
Can anyone help with board a bus schedule? - Hello. Im wondering about the selection and prices of a good used board in Lima. Should I bring a board ($75 each way on plane) or do you think I can find something decent when I get their? Also, how do I get to Chicama by bus, and how long does it take? Is it easy or difficult to travel Peru by bus? I am also curious about going up to Ecuador by bus or anything? Any info would be very helpful. Thank You.
may surf trip - can anyone tell me if the surf in this region is any good during may, planning a surf trip!!
asaltado,robbed - cuidado! hay muchos asaltados de bus para el norte. careful! lots of armed bus robberies lately in the north.
pls. help me with the Peru rental situation? - Hi all soul surfers...I would love to visit N. Peru for surf but due to the cost of transporting my board I'd like ot know, what's the scoop on the rental situation? where can I rent? also, what do I need for a suit near the end of March for Trujillo and further north? should I buy one to take or can I rent that too?many many thanks!
By firstname.lastname@example.org Chris F
The place to stay in Peru (LIMA) - I just wonted to let all you guys know that, if your planning a trip to Lima you have to stay at marit's house. we just got back thier a few months ago found her thier. You get this huge house right 100 feet in front of La Isla right point. You can see Kon Tiki, punta rocas, and if you go to the top of her two story house on the roof is a deck. You can even see pico alto breaking. Pico alto surf camp we saw thier and it was far from the breaks and not beutiful, looked like a prison camp building. she cooks you three meals a day, it was excellant local dishes, the only food that did not get us sick while we traveled thier. she is a local extremely nice and knows the low down thier, will help you with whatever you need. Email her, thiers like 20 breaks within walking distance from her house. and it is super super cheap. email@example.com
Board for sale - If anyone doesnt want to pay surfboard taxes on the plane I have a 66 x 18 1 8th x 2 1 4er rounded pin perfect for perus points, would like to take it but wont be economical. No dents on the bottom, one decent dent on the deck plus the usual deck pressures, very nice rideUSD220 or 250 with bagemail me for photos if ur interested, ill be near trujillo from now untill the 4th of march wen ill be in Lima till the 8th wen i leave for home.
Body bording - where aer the best body bording waves in Peru
By Drew san diego
call jaime!! - Anyone going to peru needs to log on to peruecosurf.com Jaime is a perfect guide for your trip to peru. He took us to places we would have never made it to by ourselves. Jaime is the man for your peruvian surf vacation. he's an awsome surfer too so he'll take you where the waves are best cause he wants to surf the best too!
made in peru - I’m from Peru and I just want to say welcome to Peru any time, we have perfect surfing all year long, good weather and very nice people. I’m originally from Punta negra, explosives, there is where I learn surfing and it just can be whit out it, Peruvian surfers have that passion that look in their eyes that make you feel like you’re in good hands, it doesn’t matter where you from or you’re regular surfer or bodyboarder we all more than welcome in Peru, we all share a passion and that’s what matters not how you do it or what you’re riding.
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