Read and rate Travel Journal Entries for Cabo Blanco, Piura, Peru

Aug 3, 2006 - Mancora, Peru

Deutsch Castellano Hi everyone - greetings from Mancora. We, my friend Anki and I, arrived here happily after a 16 hour bus ride from Lima. This little beach town is a fantastic place to chill out, enjoy sun and sea. This night we are heading back to Lima and then onwards to Pisco, Ica and Nasca. --------- Hallo, Ihr Lieben. Uns, Anki und mir, gehts super gut in Perus Badeort Nr. 1 - wir hängen am Strand rum, brutzeln uns in der lieben Sonne, atmen Seeluft und haben auch die Füße ins Wasser gesteckt. Heut Nacht geht's wieder zurück nach...

Jump to full entry

Jul 26, 2004 - Mancora, Peru's best year round beach resort

Even though we only had normal seats (bus cama had sold out) we had a really good nights sleep and arrived at Mancora at 7 a.m. ready for a hard day on the beach. We decided to stay only one night as room prices had tripled due to Independence Day. Lots of Peruvians were here for the week. Some surfing, others just sun bathing. We sun bathed and ate seafood. That was pretty much it for the day. Tomorrow a bus into Ecuador and to the biggest city there Guayaquil (Quito the capital is only the second biggest city).

Jump to full entry

Jun 11, 2004 - Chicama, Peru

We stopped here with the sole purpose of riding the longest wave on earth. When the swell is hitting the wave goes on for 2 miles. You simply paddle out at the point and catch the wave and ride it as far as you can until your legs burn so bad you must pull off. Then, rest for a few minutes and catch the next set and repeat the process a few times until your back at the pier where you get out and walk back to the point to do it again. The wave is a dream come true that seems like its not of this earth. All of our time was spent surfing since...

Jump to full entry