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... of technology, I took my phone (Iphone 5) with me and it has been great, I installed a couple of very helpful apps; a spanish phrase book; currency converters and the like. The most useful though has been an app called Maps.Me. Its a free mapping app that allows you to download the map data before you go and does not need cell or net or wifi access to show location and has extensive data on shops and baks and so forth. Quite ...
... crossings are no fun. My Spanish is much worse in the middle of the night! But everything went OK and I arrived EARLY in the morning to Mancora, Peru to meet my French friend Typh that I met in Ecuador (who feels like an old friend with how fleeting relationships are here). For a few days, Typh and I caught up about our travels, played in the water and chatted with other travelers in the hostel's "common room" (a table and some hammocks on the sand with a thatched ...
... Reuben and then another Kiwi girl Emma and Lara from Germany and went out for dinner. That night we packed our bags and decided to leave town first thing in the morning and head to Mancora on the Peruvian coast to stay at Misfits hostel on the beach for some R&R and sun. We jumped on the first local bus out of town to make our way to the beach. We got on the bus and started the slow climb up over the mountains, we waved goodbye to the coridierra blancas knowing sun ...
We continued the main theme of hiking in Peru by coming to Huaraz the main point of numerous hikes through the Andes! We didn't have time to do the 5 day Santa Cruz hike so planned two day hikes to Laguna 69 and Paramount. Paramount: This was a special hike run by the hostel we stayed in. It involved a fun 5hour easy hike to Paramount mountain (the mountain used at the beginning of Paramount pictures films!) The scenery was stunning and we really enjoyed the hike. ...
... just helping me and doing a good job at that. The man then said, "He knows nothing, he's not from around here. All he knows how to do is clean." I argued this point as well and told him he actually helped me a lot and that he was completely wrong and miserable. I knew he wouldn't do anything other than maybe tell me to leave and there are tons of hostels here so I wasn't worried, especially since I'm a paying guest. The man pretty much just walked away. I looked at Tony and ...