Mancora Beach Bungalows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Waking up on the beach to a lovely sunny day was nice and deciding to stay away from the hustle and bustle of the town was a great idea, it was only a 10 minute walk along the beach into town. After an hour of sun bathing, Claire and I joined our newly adopted Icelandic child, Rein, (she's actually 29 but joked that we were a family) for a stroll into the centre. We could immediately tell that the poorer suburbs of Mancora ...
... or the driver braked so that the round rear facing brake lights above the wing mirrors lit up I only managed a disrupted nap. Then just after 1am we pulled into the newish border crossing. I'd read. Bit about this as I'd heard the Ecuador Peru border wasn't great but that this new facility vastly improved it, especially when on an international bus. And it was really easy. The bus pulled into the terminal - which felt a little bit like a ferry port to me ...
Of doing nothing. I'm getting really good at it. Lazing about in hammocks, lying on the beach, lazing in bed.. The idea even of doing anything is just too much effort. I know I should be doing something, something productive and anything worthwhile, but that ocean breeze on my sun kissed skin is so nice.. Ok ok it's blog time, it's been four days of relaxation now and I suppose I am ready again.
Where did I leave you... I think we had just arrived ...
... walled multistorey dorms, large curved swimming pool and large be area with beer pong, ping pong and pool tables. It van had direct access to the beach. Someone definitely knew what they were doing when they designed this place and the way it's run puts other hostels to shame. For instance the following day they had a yoga class in the afternoon followed by a night of "music from the decades" and everyday has two happy hours which ...
... and I would just have to change buses in the border town Ecuador side, then the second bus would take me all the way through the border to Mancora. Everything went surprisingly well. For starters an english speaking tour group were on the bus so I could just follow them and ask the guide any questions, but in the event I didn't need to. The first bus dropped us at the bus station and we were directed straight onto the second bus. The second bus took us through the border and we went ...