Hotel Grand Mare & Bungalows

Antigua Panamericana Norte Km. 1217, Mancora, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Antigua Panamericana Norte Km. 1217, Mancora, is near Las Pocitas Beach, Cordillera Blanca, Alpamayo, and Main Gate.
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    Travel Blogs from Mancora

    Mastering the art..

    A travel blog entry by turnleftatrio on May 10, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... Lucky I took previous lessons to heart and ALWAYS had tissues on me wherever we went on this entire trip. It was otherwise a very pleasant walk, we had to pay to take a photo with a baby llama, the woman's sole English being "Llama baby" and "money." Towards the end, hot, tired and sweaty we ambled through a little village heading toward the port, and a lovely local lady was selling orange juice out of her window, best orange juice ever and at the perfect moment!

    Early start in Mancora

    A travel blog entry by blake.tom on May 03, 2014

    ... Ash and Kris, a couple of girls from Canada staying at Guacamayo, and I hung out on the Sunday by the pool and decided to leave together on the Monday to find a cheaper Hostel. As great as Guacamayo was, it was a little expensive and I had no reason to stay there if the girls were leaving (by this point Kenneth had also left). Sunday night was a chilled one, ended up playing Cribbage (of all things) with Kris until our drinks ran out.

    Border crossing and the black hole

    A travel blog entry by saf.whitwham on Mar 04, 2014

    It was finally time for me to leave Ecuador and head into Peru. I was initially worried about the border crossing, as I would be by myself and although there weren't any horror stories my research on the Internet wasn't exactly reassuring either. Many people had problems with being dropped off in the middle of nowhere and having to get an expensive taxi, not making it all the way to their destination, waiting around for hours or even not having their passport stamped correctly so they had ...

    Days 135 - 137: Mancora, Peru

    A travel blog entry by tksa on Feb 10, 2014

    4 photos

    ... picked a good wave and shouted at us to paddle. With them still clinging to the back we got going and picked up speed. They shouted 'ARRRIBAA' (up) and we clumsily stood up. Surprisingly though neither of us fell off, well not straight away at least! With the instructors still clinging to the back of the board like stabilisers on a bike we stayed balanced and managed to ride the waves for a while. We gradually got better ...

    Mancora continued till the 27th (including Xmas)

    A travel blog entry by aaronandperi on Dec 27, 2013

    60 photos

    Two nights out from Christmas our hostel put on a massive market/bonfire, there was chairs and mattresses even bean bags surround the enormous blaze. They had also supplied a delicious feast with a massive plate of meatballs, a crepe with caramelised banana and toffee apples, the meat balls were delicious although they weren't quite as good as Aaron's. The market consisted of a nearby designers shop contents, there was hammocks and seat swings, shoes, singlets and dresses. ...