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Pipa. Help!« on: April 26 2006 15:04:00 »
I'm planning on living in Pipa this upcoming summer for a couple months to soak up a little culture and learn how to surf better. I'm having a lot of trouble finding places where i can live for an extended period of time that are reasonably priced. I'm 21 so money is an issue. I'm looking for places as close to the beach as possible, nothin fancy just wana be able to wake up an hit the waves. I want a spot that's not too competetive and better for a less experienced surfer. But STILL GOOD WAVES. If anyone has any advice PLEASE contact me. [email protected] Thanks a lot
RE: Pipa. Help!« Reply #2 on: January 17 2007 22:01:00 »
hey dude. i was i pipa for six months last year and am going back pretty soon if you need a place to stay its not a problem
RE: Pipa. Help!« Reply #3 on: June 01 2007 08:06:00 »
whats up bro i am a world class unnown. I lived in a little town next to the island of pipa. I used to drive my buggy down the most insane beach at low tide to a ferry then floated across a canal. Dude PIPA IS SURFING PARADISE!!!!! I know a lot of locals. I surfed in Natal and other coastal cities and believe me bro Pipas the one theres some secret spots there but you dont want those unless your extreme. Bring your own boards......lol trust me. check out the Tartaruga Chale. Thats were I lived, my girls mom owned it. I dont got an email so reach me through my chicks at [email protected] I got the hook up.
RE: Pipa. Help!« Reply #4 on: August 22 2007 18:08:00 »
Gaia Apartments in Pipa, have surfcamp and everything there.
RE: Pipa. Help!« Reply #5 on: November 01 2007 15:11:00 »
Hey im Nacho im in the same situation of you. Im going to Pipa in two weeks but i don t know still where gonna live there. If you wanna share with somebody who has almost the same plan, mail me. I have a contact there i couldn t connect with him. See ya man, have a nice waves. Stand by me. Aloha. Nacho.
RE: Pipa. Help!« Reply #6 on: March 03 2008 05:03:00 »
Hi There, I've been to pipa many times. the best pousada to stay in with a cheap price is pousada aconchego. the owner (marilia) is super nice, rooms are clean but simple, family atmosphere garanteed. it's in the center of the village, not far from the beach.
really a very cool place