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RE: puertcillo« Reply #1 on: March 01 2006 19:03:00 »
Nate, I spent some time in Pichilemu in '03 and we drove to Puertocillo on a Chilean surfer's advice. It was very difficult driving due to the rains that made the dirt road a buttery slick. We never made it but I swore someday I'll pull it off. Meet Chilean surfers and they will get you situated on getting to Puertocillo. For the most part they are cool especially if you bro them with wax, maybe some old booties or other stuff they're are desperate for. Lots of Body Boarders. Good luck!
RE: puertcillo« Reply #3 on: February 08 2008 23:02:00 »
Yea, I agree. I went there with a local and it wasn't a big deal. The place is killer but you better know how to get there or have really good directions. It's all dirt roads. I'll be back.
RE: puertcillo« Reply #4 on: March 02 2008 17:03:00 »
Tim, what an idea you have about local chilean surfers, desperate for old butties, jaja. Those kind of surfers maybe wont help you because maybe they never have been to Puertecillo. I think that's why your basic technic didn´t work and you never got there, jej. Chao!!
Daniel (Santiago-Puertecillo Local)