Hotel Grand Mare & Bungalows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... town. It's supposed to be very touristy but it wasn't too bad (maybe because it's low season). Having said that, there were a lot of Peruvian tourist, probably spending their weekend at the beach. It is obviously a more party town than Huanchaco, with the bars playing loud music and people trying to draw us in with the promise of a good party.
Later that day, we went to the beach at our hostal and while the beach was not that amazing (again ...
- On Saturday we started the day with a ride on an 'airhead' which essentially means bearing dragged around and bounced violently up and down on an inflatable mistress by a jet ski at about 30knots.it was difficult to decide if it stressful and unpleasant amazing fun. We were told we held on very well. We started in the water to relax.afterwards The rest of the days was spent doing normal beach side town things etc. We went out in ...
... pyramid at Sipan. The pyramid was used for funerals of important people. Numerous tombs have been found in there. The museum showcased pottery, jewellery, and other ornaments that the people were buried with and also the layers that were used when they were buried, the top floor of the museum had some English explanations but as you ventured to the second and third floors, the signage was only in Spanish. Overall the ...
... joggling and making friendship bracelets. Adam and Greg spent their time hanging around even if it wasn’t their shift, drunk and chatted with everyone. There were also other people who did an odd job there for cheaper room, so at the beginning it was hard to know who actually works there and who is a guest. Adam and Greg were not the best examples of great customer service, they treated everyone as a mate and didn’t mince their words whatsoever, the English sarcasm ...
... and chips so we were both very full but also managed to fit a beer in afterwards sitting on the beach watching the sunset. Unfortunately yesterday's bus was not our last overnight as we are getting one tomorrow at 9pm straight to Banos in Ecuador (15hrs). We have to get this as the buses we wanted to get didn't go on certain days at certain times etc so hopefully tomorrow's will be the last ...