Hotel Smiling Crab

Punta Sal, Tumbes, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Punta Sal, Tumbes.
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    Travel Blogs from Tumbes

    3 nights

    A travel blog entry by kaffstafford on Oct 31, 2013

    ... bought the bus tickets for the day before instead of the day of the flight!! This meant getting a bus at 1pm after the 11am bus was cancelled last minute. I had felt nauseous during the night. Alan had been suffering with the runs and vomited that morning. Luckily we weren't caught out on the bus but it wasn't the most pleasant journey!! We arrived to Guayaquil around 10pm that night and went straight to our ...

    Fishing and surfing

    A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Oct 30, 2013

    15 photos

    ... biting and the first catch went to a kiwi bloke and was barely big enough for one sushi roll. needless to say it went back and within second was eaten off the surface by a frigate bird. this was basically what happened the whole trip, catch little fish, feed the frigates and pelicans until one pelican got greedy and ate one of the fish before we took the hook out. One of the girls from England took her sea sickness pill a little late and she was casualty number one to yak off the ...

    Mancora

    A travel blog entry by pilco on Oct 03, 2013

    4 comments, 25 photos

    ... Language" (quite a skill in itself) to Tarzan Spanish ("Me Alex, want beer" etc).


    There's an amazing restaurant in Mancora (reputably the best in northern Peru) called "L'Sirene De Juan" which I fell head over heels in love with. I've been dragging people there from Loki for tuna sashimi and passionfruit pisco sours every night!! It's obscene- the menu is 25 soles (6.25!!!!) for a main and glass of wine. Luckily for me, my dorm mate ...

    Crossing into Peru

    A travel blog entry by chrisblock on Sep 24, 2013

    11 photos

    Today we crossed the border into Peru. We were warned this could be a lengthy process. In the end, it took about two hours. First was a stop for the truck to be cleared and then we had to stop for the passengers to be cleared. All went without a hitch. Quite a long drive today. Left Cuenca at 8.30 and got to Punta Sal at about 5pm. Punta Sal is essentially a beach resort aimed at tourists. There are some pretty impressive houses and ...

    Day 10 : Coffee

    A travel blog entry by loulanewbound on Aug 06, 2013

    5 photos

    ... bars and restaurants of which there are many. The food in Peru is fantastic, far more variety than in Ecuador as our coastal location means seafood is added to the repertoire. The famous Peruvian dish cerbiche is something to behold. Raw fish caught fresh from the ocean and doused in lime juice and red onion, it doesn't sound the most appealing dish but as the lime begins to cure the fish and the onion tinged with chilli hits your tongue you understand ...