Mancora Bay Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Mancora. It is now a work day and midday lunch time traffic managed to squeeze 5 lanes of traffic into what would be our 2! . Our flight is on time and all is good for a timely return to Lima by 3pm Tumbes airport is just 15 minutes from the border with Equador, and there does appear a number of 1970's larger american sedans, pumped up, that appear to be those of some type of would be drug lords. Thank goodness we were not nearer the Colombian border. As ...
... would take our photos and use them. Seven of us headed next door to do this. The first part of the photo shoot took place in the water. We got to ride on the yellow banana that's pulled behind a boat. We were thrown into the water twice but it was a lot of fun. We then got to kayak around in two person kayaks. The final water activity was on a high powered fishing boat. They had the fishing rods out and we all ...
... to keep balance. One annoying thing was that towards the shore there was a lot of stones, so we got scratched quite a bit. And I also got badly sunburned although I used plenty of sunscreen.
Day 5: We bumped into Sybilla and Jens from our Salt Flats trip to Bolivia and had a chat with them on the beach. They watched our surfing lesson and took some photos for us.
Day 5: Instead of drinking and chatting we had a movie night. They have a massive projector ...
... going for a swim. The town has a different feel during the day bustling beach front bars. Although none of them particularly well stocked so was a bit of a challenge getting a drink bit like our hotel. It's as if they are not expecting guests. ...
... to tick off swimming in the sea and went for a paddle with Max and Bahadoor - before he headed off to his next place. The water was choppy and the sun hid for a while but it was still good to get a swim in. It was also a little strange watcing the birds flying over and then diving into the sea to catch fish... some came very close to us!
Monday soon arrived and we decided it was definitiely time to move on. So we got up, grabbed breakfast and headed back ...