Hotel Caballito de Mar
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Arrived in the little surfing town of mancora today after our over night bus from Trujillo we are staying in the most amazing bungalow which looks over the South end of the beach, explored the beach and ate some local seafood before retreating to the bungalow where I discovered that Emma has never been in a hammock before !!!!!!! I foolishly offered the hammock to her after explain the entry and exiting procedure, won't ...
... for 30 soles (about $10) so even despite the dire warnings
about high season prices, you can still get good value here.
Spent the same amount on lunch at a highly recommended seafood
place over the road - was good and almost worth the money. Making the most of
the wonderful choice of cosmopolitan places here after recent disappointments,
had the set meal at another place – tuna, chips, salad, garlic bread and juice
for 10 soles, 1/3 of the ...
... off the bus, walk to the other side of he the building which had a purple fence in the middle and wait on the other side while they checked the stuff on the bus, then we got back on when the bus moved to the other side. Off we were again and when we got to Mancora we saw a sign right away so we knew we were in the right location. We got off, grabbed a 3 wheeled motorbike kinda taxi and took it to the hostel because we had no idea where the hostel was lol. We could have walked ...
Our 2nd and last full day in Punta Sal. We had planned to go into the town of Mancora, this was the nearest big town to where we were staying as we needed money from the ATM to pay our hostel tabs. We had been told it was s great town in Peru for surfing so we took our swimming stuff just in case. The ride there was rather interesting, we firstly got a motor taxi (aka tuc tuc) from outside our hotel to the pan American highway where we ...
... at the bus station, before finally hours later we managed to find a bus going across the border.
Mancora is apparently where young people from Lima come to party, so we were expecting the worst.... It’s actually not too crazy at all - we are staying in a sweet little place with bamboo huts, palm trees, a pool, and within earshot of the sea. I can hear the waves crashing ...