Hotel Costa del Sol Ramada Tumbes
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... aka Willy) our tour leader showed us and made us Pisco Sours. A mixture of Pisco, a liqueur made from grapes, sugar syrup and lots and lots of lime. Delish! Lots of Pisco Sours later then paella for dinner I was feeling slightly squiffy but managed two further caipirinha's (for $3) as we sat around the bonfire on the beach that the staff had made for us. Our last day in Zorritos was a relaxed one as we waited to leave for Tumbes at 1pm catch our bus ...
... away. Once we arrived it was different culture and men were grabbing our bags taking it to mini bus. We quickly adapted into our role, I followed our rucksack while Rico paid the taxi and Holly was middle person coz Rico didn't have enough money and went after me for some cash. We headed to Mancora, a surfer town in Peru. As soon we arrived, we knew which hostel we wanted to go to but not sure where it was as we didn't have a map. ...
... to chill out, play cards, and swim. Thursday 05 June: we went down the coast passed Mancora to a fishermen's wharf; here the turtles have learnt there is food so they hang around and you can pay $5 Peruvian soles (about $2.20NZ) to swim with them. Added bonus? Jumping off the wharf of course! :) The turtles got so close I was smacked by one of their flippers- and the water was a bit murky so you didn't know they were there until they were right by you. There ...
Ok so our bus eventually arrived and kicked us off at Puira. Hmm, we still didn't know anything about this place and it didn't seem like it had a lot to offer. Driving in we hadn't noticed any hostels or places of interest at all. Really we are now just itching to get to Ecuador. So we asked in the Cruz del Sur office about a bus heading to Ecuador but they apparently do not go from Puira, only from Lima or Trujillo. They did however point us in the direction of another ...
... wildlife and landscapes of the Galápagos. I have been lucky enough to meet many friendly people along the way - Gabo (who kindly translated for me on the train on my second day here), Darwin (our host in the cloud forest), Argentina (a friend of Annemarie's who showed me there was more to Quito than La Mariscal), Dario (our jungle guide in Cuyabeno) and many others who's kindness, patience ...