Hotel Las Arenas de Mancora
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... all in the mountains, ranging from lush forest to rocky rivers and arid plains, but when there exists a realistic possibility of hurtling off the road towards said scenery the moment loses its splendour. Mercifully the bus and Harry lived to tell the tale of how stupid Ecuador and Peru border control is.
First of all the bus stops at Ecuador immigration. Then one catches a bus to Peru immigration. Then one catches a third bus to ...
... We tried haggling in bad Spanish to the lady at the ticket office but to no avail. We would not be able to do anything with the tickets. Kathryn and I were keen just to go with Cruz Del Sur and not worry about the old tickets. Jonny and Rebekah were not happy about this decision but reluctantly accepted anyway. So we went and bought more bus tickets with the old trusty Cruz Del Sur. We vowed to always do some research on the bus company before booking.
... of Bahadoor and Guss, which I guess can also be stated as it made my tab increase significantly. Good times.
As you can probably guess, the next day was a bit of a write-off, I couldn't evn stomach trying Ceviche which Bahadoor was hoovering down and instead I just again sat aroud in the sun. I can't complain though, the weather is fantastic in Mancora and it's good to have a few less touristy days to chill out.
On Saturday I met a bunch of ...
... t take our rucksack! After a few pushing about, we were on our way! I ended up sat at the back, very squash as they all were very big people. That didn't help my sunburnt that I got on my bum-side, which I forgot or I didn't put enough sun cream on. Also the journey was very very bumpy and I was literally throwing up in the air couple of times! We finally arrived and I was feeling so sick and I said to Holly ...
... meet some Sheffield ranmoor boys for lunch who we have been following round the world for a few months! Joe, Tom, Rob and Olly - lovely to catch up. We then chilled out before catching our bus to huachachina. The bus only took a few hours and after taking a taxi from Ica we arrived in Huacachina. You have to see it to believe it but it's a lagoon about 150m long and 50m wide surrounded by a few hostels and restaurants and then massive sand dunes on each side. Still can't work ...