Claro De Luna Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... it did not disappoint. It was no luxury, but it had a lot of charm. Four bamboo shacks decorated with funky designs about 20 meters away from the beach, one common shack with a car tyre table and lounging chairs and that is it. No hot water, only salt water heated by the sun was in the bathrooms, but it was ok. We had our own shack, which was nice, all the others were shared. Sand everywhere…
We soon discovered that in Mancora you simply do nothing and that is ...
Wanted to get an early start this morning so we could have a walk around and take some photos of the city. First we went down to the post office so we could send home a parcel from the Galapagos and a birthday card for Poppa and Sophie, that all came to $35 USD including postage so it was a pretty expensive but we have the parcel tracked so it should be fine. Then we stopped at a small locals restaurant for a delicious fruit salad before caring on down to the waterfront. It ...
... face a strenuous day at the beach. After a late breakfast we chilled out in our hammock before making our way to the beach. With the peanut butter we got from our hostel in Huanchaco, we made peanut butter and banana rolls and off we went for some time in the sand. To our surprise the Pacific Ocean here is pretty warm, it was just a shame it's not a good idea to leave your stuff unattended. There are a few people about that pretend to be runners and while you are in the water ...
... they appear. After checking in to a nice little hostel - banana adventures we headed up to the sand dunes to sand board and sand buggy, the only reason you really go there. About 15 of us got into a massive sand buggy complete with roll cage to be driven at great speed up and down and over and round the sand dunes by our crazy driver who we're sure had a bit of a reputation with the other drivers as they kept telling him to calm down as he drove the buggy towards ...
... back in again because I really didn't want to leave. This seems to be a recurring theme with many people as no one wants to leave, and everyone ends up staying much longer than they planned. We ended up calling it the black hole, as time would just disappear before you realised how long you had been here. However with all the amazing things in Peru calling my name I couldn't justify spending any longer by the beach and I finally managed to pull myself away, all be it with a few tears.