Hotel Grand Mare & Bungalows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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In the morning I set off to book my bus outta here for this evening. Cifa seems to be the main one. Unfortunately not only was my intended bus (9:30pm) fully booked, but so were every other one that day. To say I was not impressed was an understatement. This comes back to both leaving things last minute (my fault) but also when we enquired a couple of days ago the woman said there was usually loads of space. I ...
... Mancora is very touristy with little to do but relax, surf and party. It reminded me a little of Thailand.
3/11/14 - 5/11/14
The next three days were very similar and contained a lot of relaxing in hammocks with little to report. We generally lost sense of days and time as we ate ceviche in the market every lunch time and enjoyed some decent meals in town. The owners organised a barbeque on our third night and although ...
... second desk and was done. All in about 15 minutes in 1 room. The bus company had also given us the immigration forms so we'd all filled them in in Cuenca and this helped speed up the process.
We pulled out of the border crossing about 1:50am, having spent a little bit of time allowing people to stretch their legs and off we went. I'd been told the bus would get into Mancora between 5 and 6 so hadn't booked a room and told the hostel I would just hang out ...
... Our first main chosen stop was the ancient, colonial city of Sucre. Very Bavarian with beautiful balconies, plenty of beer and delicious baked goods. We stayed in a lovely hostel with a beautiful courtyard and a very big friendly wooden table where the five of us (we were still travelling with Tash, David and Hidde) drank a whole litre bottle of whisky as well as a selection of beers. We made whisky sours, guacamole and ate corn chips while ...
... that he had just arrived from Iquitos where he'd been for a few weeks in the jungle and that he'd happened across someone selling monkeysI (real monkeys). Now no one would ever agree that taking a (two month oldthe wide eyed) slow loris from its natural habitat is acceptable but for whatever reason Justin believed it to be in better hands with him than with the seller (In fact the trade in slow loris' is severely cruel and ...