Hotel Las Arenas de Mancora
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... out for dinner to a Mexican - I had passion fruit mojitos and tacos. We went back to the beach bars for more drinks and took in the beach a bit longer. I have no sense of time or dates out here - it feels very odd that it's November, and the days don't really matter out here. I loved Mancora - if I had more time, I'd stay and have surf lessons there. It's a very hippy town and there's a lot of gringos (South Americans call westerners gringos, not sure ...
... passed through the gates and climbed a few more steps to the top of the city.
Covered in morning fog, Machu Picchu was a little difficult to see at first, but as we stood on one of the terraces listening to Coach tell us the city's Incan legends, the fog cleared and the early morning sun lit up the whole mountain. It was incredibly breathtaking, and as we started snapping pictures, we also found it impossible to capture on camera.
Taking in the beauty of ...
... Cup coverage (any footy fan will know how this 30 seconds of footage sets the tone for the 4 weeks to come), but South American TV has opted for a spinning globe with the 32 competing countries indicated by their national flag within the confines of the state boarders. Sure, it's fairly simple, but with each viewing it's a distinct reminder of how far we've come and where we're heading. A time to reflect when the clock is ticking on a year long ...
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, ...
... summer clothes. The lady of the shop spoke about how all the fabrics were individual and all had incredible patterns. Peri managed to find the perfect dress for New Years and Aaron a singlet for the hot Equatorial countries. Once making back to the hostel we decided to indulge in the all you can eat BBQ they put on once a week. We figured if we fill up on this we wouldn't need a dinner before our bus ride. It was delicious as always, with burgers and real BBQ sauce, a ...