Vichayito Bungalows y Carpas de Playa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Efter en lang rejse (vi kunne ligeså godt have taget en bus hertil frem for 2 fly og en 2-timers køretur) rammer vi vores hotel på standen. En kort opsummering af vores dage her må være: sol, strand, vand, høj solfaktor, afslapning, indtryk synkes og fordøjes, ceviche, øl (Cusqueña), Pisco Sour og andre …
... across the bridge into Peru, get checked in and head back on the bus. We arrived at Piura around 8 am and realized quickly that we didn't want to stay the day, so we found our way 2 1/2 hours north through nothing but desert land to the beach town Mancora. With one week to enjoy before we had to be back to Piura to fly South to the Sacred Valley Region we decided to pretty much relax.
In a recent conversation with one my closest mates El he urged me to take myself out of my comfort zone as much as possible on this trip. I took this to heart and I sincerely hope I have done him proud. In the last two weeks alone I have for the first time in my life: - hiked at over 4900 metres above sea level - walked along <0.5 metre wide ledges on the inca trail with sheer drops - white water ...
... 10 metres and see many creatures such as starfish and octopi. After the dives, the instructor invites us back to his beach house for chocolate cake, for this I am liking Peru a lot!
That night, we prepare for the first night bus of our trip to Huanchaco. It's an 8 hour bus with semi-cama seats (comfy seats that recline far and a foot rest). We arrive dreary-eyed to our destination. The drive to the hotel along the beach is foggy ...
We left Guacamayo around midday after hanging out by the pool (they were pretty relaxed about the check out time) and went towards town to look for some cheaper places to stay. I found one for 15 sols a night for an 8 bed dorm in PK's Hostel (beds were nice but shower room was pretty terrible), which was right on the beach front. The girls went to a more private place right opposite, which was great for them but not what I was looking for. ...