Claro De Luna Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... of fishing, catching 20 fish between the 5 of us! I caught 3! Prize for the biggest fish went to David - who caught something as long as my arm. The captain and the guide then made us cerviche (traditional Peruvian dish, raw fish) on the boat with our spoils. It was the best tasting thing ever, which says something as I was half a breath from throwing up from sea sickness!!
Just spent the afternoon relaxing in this ...
... and getting some lunch. So this took probably less than an hour as Mancora is a really small town and soon enough ended up back at the lodging chilling by the pool. In the evening we shared a BBQ with everyone staying at Guacamayo, including the hosts, which was really decent.
Mancora is meant to be party central and during high season from December till March I'm sure it gets pretty rowdy. But in low season it's only busy ...
... were a lovely group of girls travelling with the City fan so we had a real laugh by the pool. Ash didn't slow down, so Lucy had to take him to bed at 10pm (at his request) before she went back to enjoy the rest of the night!! A horrendous hangover met all the next day, but with a ping pong tournament followed by beer pong at 9pm there was plenty to keep us busy. The atmosphere was awesome at Loki, not too many wanky 'too cool' types and lots ...
... around here a miss.
Still it was a nice big sandy bay with rocky points at both
ends and lots of flash holiday homes with just a few accommodation options
thrown in. Back behind the beach, other than the main road, only went back a
block – nothing there of interest whatsoever so hotel dining would be the main
Less than 30 mins from Mancora but still 5 soles to the
junction then another 1.5 in a moto to the ...
... get to Mancora. They couldn't help us and so one of the guys who bombarded us at the beginning spoke a bit of English and started talking to Paul about how he could take us to where we needed to go. Paul decided to follow him and let him help us. I had a bad feeling. We grabbed our stuff, not letting anyone help us, (least amount of trust going on right now) and followed this guy. The guy then show us to his dad (no clue if this is true lol) and his dad started walking us around ...