DCO Suites, Lounge & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... crew. The old sports games got quite competitive, with Marcus and I celebrating a bit too much on one occasion which ended with Marcus flattening me on the concrete, hilarious - but bruised my ribs a tad! The hostel - Loki was really well set up. 10m walk to the beach, restaurant and bar onsite (which you tick up on a tab - dangerous), swimming pool and daily organised events. Although a party ...
... to the hostel. Now its a little later i end up meeting a girl called moira in the room. Her and a couple of people are heading out for food and she asked if i wanted to join. Even though i had atw i thought i would be aswell going along. One of the other girls natalie was tellin me how she was going to Lima tomorrow so i asked if she minded if i joined. I went to the cruz del sur office but it was closed. Natalie was seat 5 and said there was plenty left so i will ...
... toothed assassin, dispatching a couple of chances as ruthlessly as Sweeney Todd disposes of his barbershop customers. At the final whistle I was well and truly hodged, but thankfully had someone to put me to bed, cheers Tasha. It was 4pm. Pathetic. When the footy got too much, sanctuary was sought at the beach. After our excursions on the Cordilleras further south, bodies were achy, weary and in need of rest. The cool breeze, hot sun and ...
... enough about food! Next day is surfing day! This area is pretty good for surfing but you have to get the right day. Personally, I didn't really mind just being pushed around by the instructor whilst I sunbathed! Hearing that this area was also good for scuba diving, those of us qualified immediately booked a dive. We are told not to drink too much the night before and get plenty of sleep, however once you've had a Pisco Sour, rules go ...
... sand. You can either lie down or stand up on your board with the latter being significantly more difficult! I lay down for the first dune but after that I tried to stand up on most of them which weren't too big (therefore potentially neckbreaking!). I didn't manage to stay on the board the whole way down at all but I got really close a couple times and had such a fun time despite the many falls. After this we drove on to our camp for the night and sat around a ...