Hotel Las Pocitas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Las Pocitas Mancora
Las Pocitas was absolutely beautiful. Great pool, best stretch of beach in mancora, cute little cabanas with hammocks that throw you out onto the sand. The food wasn't bad either. Service was so-so, but we were there at Xmas and who really wants to be serving other people on Xmas?
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... a free lunch. He then offered a free quad biking tour into the nearby national park as further reward (I was starting to think I was on some kind of hidden camera tv show now) but as the heat was intense and sun stroke beckoned I had to decline. And so ensued an evening of horror as karma paid me back for this day of fun with a night of sun stroke lead, diarrhoea ridden, vomit enducing nastiness! Full details in my next blog, "the sickness ...
... to keep balance. One annoying thing was that towards the shore there was a lot of stones, so we got scratched quite a bit. And I also got badly sunburned although I used plenty of sunscreen.
Day 5: We bumped into Sybilla and Jens from our Salt Flats trip to Bolivia and had a chat with them on the beach. They watched our surfing lesson and took some photos for us.
Day 5: Instead of drinking and chatting we had a movie night. They have a massive projector ...
The diving is some of the best i've ever done, but also some of the hardest! We start off at an abandonned oil rig, with a few hefty sea lions perched on top. We dive down to 24 metres, the current is very hard to swim against but the sight is worth it. The oil rig is covered in shelled creatures and anemones of red and brown. Many schools of fish swarm the area in search of food. Our next dive, is a shallow reef dive. We ...
... a proper dinner - but the cocktails were much better than food anyway. Back to the hostel with cans of beer (lads) we stayed up chatting to some girls from Huacachina who had just checked into our Lima hostel. Sore heads the next day we wandered down to the sea front and stopped off at a chicken and chips shop on the seafront for an early lunch before our 1.30 bus to mancora. Arrived in Mancora early in the morning after 18 hours on the bus and checked into Loki ...
place, so all the roadsides are just covered in rubbish, and most of the houses
don’t appear to have running water. We saw a lady sweeping her path today, and
then as we drove past all around her house was just wind-blown litter
everywhere – I can only imagine she spends 20 hours a day doing it!
Mancora was lovely – a nice
campsite with running water (never thought that would be an issue to be
honest!) with a bar in, ...