Hotel Caballito de Mar
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... talking and never stops until I say I need to eat. All usefull information. Like the 90 days permit in Nicaragua is valid for the total of four countries. That is less than 30 days per country. And a lot more on his Kawasaki KLR motorcycle and on South American people. I listen closely because for a beginner like me there is a lot to learn. I will eat in this hotel on the beach. The boys say they serve fresh fish. He will eat in town. He is fed up with fried ...
... The streets of the town are so disorganised with many dead ends and roads that lead back to the start. We discovered this when we had to walk back through the town and not along the beach (the beach disappears in high tide and you physically can't walk passed the hotels). We wandered through the market looking at the produce before walking back along the main street. The town of Mancora is a little seedy, most of the locals are quite gross really. We passed this big, ...
... to walk the beach at Mancora, passed the surfers and Marina to Los Pocitas, known for being one of the nicest beaches in Peru. It took about 90 minutes there and back and you could tell that there is a lot more money floating about in Los Pocitas than in Mancora. It would definitely be a place to stay if you were there to enjoy the region and quiet secluded ambiance of the beaches and bars there rather than party and surf down in Mancora with ...
... Brits. After a beautiful sun set on the beach and a first round knock out for Ash at ping pong, he decided it was a good idea to start happy hour with the Bottle Cap Game (blow the cap of the top of the bottle into a cup), 4 pints in an hour later it was starting to turn messy.... Oh dear! But wow what a beer pong tournament it was. 20 teams with more competitive testosterone than in a fight to the death, it was quite epic. Ash and Scott ...
... Went to the wood fired brick oven pizza place across the
road for a late lunch special for 18 soles for a margarita & a lemonade –
normally double that – good thin & crispy crust but lacking in flavour so
happy I hadn’t forked out full price.
Then of course sunset on the beach with a bottle – tried the
Trujillo today as it’s where I’m trying to get to manana – ok and cheaper than