Punta del Mar
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... let us check in and use our room. Few hours kip then it was time to hit the beach and have a quick look at Mancora whilst we were feeling fit and healthy (we knew hangovers were inevitable the next few days). Mancora is literally one main street that runs behind the beach then a street and restaurants/bars along the beach. So it didn't take long to check out. Mancora is a beach town known ...
... I lost out there but i wasnt fussed. However i didn find it weird how the guy then tried to rip off the hostel receptionist by hangin around and sayin i hadnt paid. I told her i had given him mkney and she went and told him to get lost. All settled in the room i went and sat in the communial area, for the first time i feel really alone because there is no one going around, i have arrived at that awkward time when no on is in the hostel and everyone is out eating ...
... final day and we had forgotten to extend our stay there. This was actually a nice relief, we were up the road in another chain called Kokopelli but it was much more relaxed and quiet which we needed after Loki! We were due to leave the next day but because Kate still wasn't feeling well and because we would have been giving up lovely weather to go to Montanita in Ecuador, we decided to stay a couple more nights to make the most of ...
... money in the dog walking stakes!! When we weren't horizontal at the tranquil Guacamayo, nerves were on tenterhooks for England's World Cup campaign, well for the first two games...After witnessing both 2-1 defeats, maybe I'd been getting too much Peruvian sun to have faith in Gerrard and co. Rising early for England v Uruguay we were in a buoyant mood. Picking up a few essentials for the big match we returned to Guacamayo with our peckers up ...
... and I can tell we'll be having a lot of both in the next few weeks! Ceviche, for those who don't know, is fish marinated in a lemon, lime, red onion and chilli mixture. Mostly it's eaten raw but some places cook it after. It is served with 2 different kinds of potato and crunchy corn (very typical of Peru). Pisco Sours are cocktails made with the spirit Pisco (made from grapes), lime juice, sugar syrup and whipped egg white.