DCO Suites, Lounge & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... The water is so nice here, cold yes but clean and powerful in waves. In the water is was great as it was an escape from the heat, o knew i was burning, my protection had worn off a while ago, so staying under water was the only option. After a while we headed in and cleaned up. We went to the market and looked for a seamstress, finding one that was closed but we would return the next day. While there we met another Canadian (also elderly) ...
We arrived at 730am, refreshed from a good bus sleep and ride. At the station we decided to get out of this city asap as we didn't like the feel of it. It looked dirty and the people shady, we were hounded for money to use the washrooms, and then when we found our way to a transport center for a ride to Mancora, we had to hard negotiate prices and it felt pretty expensive to us. They have two prices here, one for the locals, one for the tourists, and the difference can sometimes ...
... They were absolutely huge! It was a great experience, and we headed back to chill out in the sunshine before getting my first taste of the Peruvian dish 'ceviche' - raw fish cooked in limes and chilli. It's incredible! I loved it. The markets were amazing too - so lively. I bought a mango as they are soooo good here and we headed back to the beach to snooze the afternoon away, swim in the sea and eat mango and drink pisco sours until the evening. ...
... we all slept soundly in our comfy beds, excited and ready for the final day - Machu Picchu.
On Friday morning we all woke up around 4 am, got together our gear, and left for our amazing day at the beautiful Lost City of the Incas. Most of the team walked down to the bridge at the edge of town in order to start climbing the 1,070 steps up the mountain. A few also took the bus up, so that we all met at the entrance to Machu Picchu around 6 am. Tired, sore, but extremely ...
... to tick off swimming in the sea and went for a paddle with Max and Bahadoor - before he headed off to his next place. The water was choppy and the sun hid for a while but it was still good to get a swim in. It was also a little strange watcing the birds flying over and then diving into the sea to catch fish... some came very close to us!
Monday soon arrived and we decided it was definitiely time to move on. So we got up, grabbed breakfast and headed back ...