DCO Suites, Lounge & Spa

Address: Playa Las Pocitas, Mancora, 073, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Playa Las Pocitas, Mancora, is near Las Pocitas Beach, Cordillera Blanca, Main Gate, and Alpamayo.
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    Travel Blogs from Mancora

    Mancora Day 3

    A travel blog entry by aaronhunt on Apr 20, 2015

    ... push. Finally made it to the terminal where I wandered off to get a frozen drink. The lady couldn't speak English, my Spanish is poor so picking what I wanted was a challenge. She was nice enough to give me a taste test of each flavour until I found one I liked. The frozen drink was delicious. Unfortunately, the overnight bus was terrible. No leg room but as a result of my long day I managed to get a few winks ...

    The Go-Slow

    A travel blog entry by maxandross on Mar 29, 2015

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    ... splattered with iguana poo. We looked up to see about forty of them on the branches, just doing their morning business. Guayaquil was a super short one night pit-stop on our way to the Galápagos Islands. I feel like that was all we needed as the city doesn't have a lot to offer tourists. I started to doubt I would even see the islands, in our taxi to the airport the next morning. Even by the usual South American (low) standard of driving this was horrendous. The ...

    Made it to Peru

    A travel blog entry by ianandsarah2014 on Mar 01, 2015

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    ... fishing.

    Ian had heard about the phenomenon that is Inca Cola. Peru and Scotland are the two countries in the world where there is a soft drink that outsells Coca Cola. Guess what - Inca Cola is IRN BRU, it's just that the Inca people used a different food colouring but it smells and tastes like the amber nectar. Ian drank 5 litres of it that first day -grinning like a child that hiccups and burps.

    So we had some beach action ...


    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Jan 15, 2015

    ... Maybe I've just been spoilt by the quality of beaches I have already seen in my time. There is good surf here though. I'm at a bit of a cross roads decision wise. Next on the cards is a nicer but more expensive beach town in Ecuador. Alternatively I could just skip that completely knowing that that will also probably pale in compaison to the beaches I'll be hitting on the caribbean coast.

    Whilst our hostel is okay, it is hardly a show stopper. Poor tinterweb isn't helping ...

    Trekking to Machu Picchu!

    A travel blog entry by yisouthamerica on Nov 03, 2014

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    These past 5 days have been the most difficult and most amazing of our trip, by far. I honestly have no words to describe how insanely cool and beautiful the experiences of the Salkantay Trek and Machu Picchu have been, but I'll try my best.

    Early (last) Monday morning we all said goodbye to our host families in Cusco and met in the main plaza at 3:30 am. Tired, excited, and a little anxious, we boarded a bus to Mollepata with a bunch of other hikers. Once we arrived ...