Hotel Del Wawa
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... by the locals. Even better he has about 7 dogs in residence that love a good pat, and numerous others that turn up from time to time. We are about a 5 minute walk to the beach and 10 minutes to town, and we have a nice warm pool. It is our little slice of Peruvian paradise. Having settled in we went out for an explore of the town to find the local Scotia bank and bus company offices. We then made our way down to the main beach which was full of locals and tourists. There is a ...
... that. Lovely lunch in a place called incanto before we decamped to Paddys Irish bar (the official highest Irish bar in the world!) for a bit more atmosphere and cusquenas. Stopped off at the Inca museum where we got to see some of the artefacts that Ray had told us about on the Inca trail including a book written by a half Spanish / Peruvian prince chronicling the time of the Incas and one of the only written sources depicting life in inca time. Back to Loki for ...
... building and were stamped out of Ecuador at one desk, where we were than told to go to the next desk to be stamped into Peru. We then get back onto the 2nd bus (and the bus driver even checked to make sure everyone was on!) and headed into Peru. We reached Mancora in really good time and the driver shouted the name of the destination so there could be no mix up. I was in Peru without any trouble.
I had originally decided to stay in Mancora for 2 nights, but this soon turned ...
This is the beach area where Jane was staying. We got the address etc. of where she was staying from one of the other girls in her tour group. The group were staying in a private beach bungalow and camp resort right on the beach. We walked in and jumped on her with her back turned to us! hahah Surprise!
... suit used). It was fun to get out in the water, Kaylee was first to jump on one. The current we noticed was rather strong, at least where we surfed that afternoon, La Frontera.
That night, the Darwin family made us an epic meal of home made pizza (remember the brick fire place mock oven!!!) It was dam tasty!!! We got to share the meal with everyone staying at the "casa." The three Colombians, a Brasilian couple, and the Darwin family. We realized this ...