Hotel Grand Mare & Bungalows
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... back to the truck a little later I saw him at a table with Jeremy, happily sampling his beer and cigarettes. Nighttime came and a bottle of cheap Chilean wine on the beach with my tribe. Interesting conversations abound including one particularly memorable one about time and space with Manju, the Indian psychologist who grew up in a dusty rural village near Bangalore and now works as a head doctor in Vancouver. He is on a half year long career ...
... the sea, watch sea creatures, birds and other tourists
Evening: hanging around the common area, drinking beer, Mojito or Secret Squirrel, chatting to people
Ok, there was a little variation:
Day 1: lunch at a local seafood restaurant, day 2: lunch at Green Eggs & Ham, day 3: lunch at Los Dolphinos different local seafood establishment, day 4: lunch at Green Eggs & Ham, day 5: lunch at the first place from day 1.
Day 2: In the night ...
... off the main road and Marc went off to find us something as i stayed behind with all the baggage.
I had a coke as I waited and when he returned we left for a hostel on the main street co-owned by an American. Not a horrible place, would do just fine for the night. I put together my dirty laundry and showered as it was needed. Then i found a laundry place down the road and an ATM further up. We then walked around town, looking for anything different and then started ...
... 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. ...
... few final pictures and researched a hostel in Huaraz. While on the computers I got talking to a Canadian girl called Diane, and her Swedish mate Bertine, who were thinking of heading to huaraz next too. We let them know what we'd found out about buses etc an then found them in the same agency as us when Max and I headed for our bus. Diane decided to travel down with us and Bertine would met up with Diane in a few days as she had a side trip planned.
So off ...