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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... trip started with a 2 hour delay of the bus but that gave me time to write the first part of this update for your entertainment.
So after a night bus, we arrived in Mancora, a popular beach town in Northern Peru. We took a moto taxi (tuk tuk) to our hostal Psygon Surf Camp. The place was very nice, right at the beach with hammocks, outdoor bar and restaurant. As we already had a few lazy days, instead of going to the beach, we decided to ...
... tiring day..on the move. We just got to work out what to do about this apartment!!! Alas we did not take any happy snaps of the apartment to share with our viewers. Tomorrow we plan to go and meet with the Rubina elders; they meet each Thursday afternoon, each and every afternoon. John is so looking forward to this, seeing his Dad's brothers and sisters all together. He looks forward to this with anticipation, and perhaps a little melancholy too. It will be ...
Although 580 kilometres doesn't seem like that immense of a distance, due to road conditions, bathroom stops, a visit to a museum, and a lunch stop, that equates into one very long drive day. We left at 5:30 this morning and continued to head towards northern Peru along the coastline. Enroute, we stopped at the Museo Tumbas Reales de Sipan. This museum showed information about the Mochians that lives in the area, ...
... not speak Spanish or Asian tourists also have a sort of thing about them that gets them targeted more I think. Anyway we had no issues at all.
We thoroughly enjoyed our 5 days with the Misfits. The hostel is really named quite well. There are three guys working there and the place has a sort of a hippie feel. Two guys Adam and Greg are from England, they are the true misfits, third guy Emmanuel from Argentina was hippie who was making his own flip flops and made extra ...
... the beach. We went for a cheap breakfast at a place recommended in the Lonely Planet called Green Eggs and Ham (after the Dr Seuss book). We went back to the hostel at 2pm and checked in then relaxed around the pool for a few hours as the weather was very hot this afternoon. Later on in the evening we went back to Green Eggs and Ham and got an omelette each which was amazing, it was massive and came ...