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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... the nicest place in the world and were warned not to wander down the wrong street. Policemen were patrolling the main roads so it wasn't difficult to get lost.
A trip to the market followed some tasty ceviche and we took it handy for the rest of the day. Misfits has a very chilled out vibe, exactly what we needed for a few days. One of the owners, Adam from Norwich, travelled through South America a few years back and set up shop ...
... childhood holidays - and we all got off and joined a small queue (I hear it is much longer when crossing during the day as more buses pull in) into a combined Ecuador and Peru immigration office. Apart from the odd person who joined nearer the front (bus conductors seemingly working any stragglers from their bus into the queue with the last people from their bus) it was pretty quick and I had my exit stamp from Ecuador from the first desk and my Peru entry stamp ...
... over the loud speaker system.
Loki is known for its outrageous partying and lucky for us, visitors were allowed in the bar area all day (and night) if they picked up a wristband before 5.30pm. We were in by 2pm and spent a couple of hours drinking there before heading back to our hostelhostel for a much needed nap. There just happened to be a beer pong tournamenttournament that night as well! Score!
On the walk back to PKs, ...
... building and were stamped out of Ecuador at one desk, where we were than told to go to the next desk to be stamped into Peru. We then get back onto the 2nd bus (and the bus driver even checked to make sure everyone was on!) and headed into Peru. We reached Mancora in really good time and the driver shouted the name of the destination so there could be no mix up. I was in Peru without any trouble.
I had originally decided to stay in Mancora for 2 nights, but this soon turned ...
... we leapt forward. Those things are damned fast! I took a couple vids to show just how crazy fun it is. Eventually we parked on top of a small(ish!) hill and grabbed some boards from the back of the buggy. If you're lucky, and you're a bit of a pro snow or sandboarder (which I'm not), you can go down the hill standing up. If you can't stand up, you pretty much lay down on the board and slide down the hill on your stomach, using your feet to steer and brake. Take note ...