Hotel Casa de Playa
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casa de Playa Mancora
Travel Blogs from Mancora
... I was on a cracker-only diet. We decided rather than find something on the main street again, we would go a bit further afield. We got a tuk-tuk to the other side of Mancora and had lunch at K!Chic - a boutique spa hotel with an amazing restaurant. I had half a salad which was delicious. Greg got to polish it off so it wasn't wasted. He had taqueños and panko-coated prawns. Every meal we have in Peru seems to be better than ...
... 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 ...
... well by Lozza. We stop to change busses in a sauna - the ideal time to carry on with my newly downloaded adults only heads up. Yes ladies! Our new bus eventually arrives and it's wonderful and reclining. Border crossing takes a while but reward ourselves with ice lollies. My lolly technique appears to cause much amusement to all. Back on the bus and standard random chat ensues. We arrive in mancora and are greeted by a penthouse room, with beach and ...
Up late, not a great sleep. Showered and got things packed up a bit since i was leaving tonight and would need to clear the room and store my things in Marc's room for the day. We headed our for breakfast hoping for more fruits, but that place was closed, then we went looking for our pancakes and that place was also closed. We had a hard time finding decent priced breakfast this morning that by the time we did, we ...
... which is similar to the stuff we have minus onions, coriander and lime juice. That was all a bit unpleasant so we got out and compared turtle bruises choosing not to take part any further in this circus.
After a week here we realised we should look at our onward travel plans. It turns out Peru is massive (5 X the UK) and there is loads to do so we need to crack on... hasta luego Luke, Ryan, Melody and Michelle, might our paths cross ...