Vichayito Bungalows y Carpas de Playa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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 …
... you of your possessions. They also use the running technique in the evenings right before they mug you. Last night we had been walking down the beach before a security guard turned us around and warned us of bad people. By mid afternoon we had had enough of the beach so we headed back to ours for a swim in the pool before going into town for juice and bus tickets. For dinner Lauren chose a vegie restaurant called Angela's and the guy serving us was from Argentina. It is ...
... transport to Mancora. I finally managed to find the company (Super Semaria) and bought a one way 7 hour ticket for 15 dollars. This would include crossing the border to Peru. I had heard stories about getting taxis across the border and having to get another bus and there being a lot of rip off, especially with converting Dollars to Peruvian Sols; however as much as I understood the lady at the kiosk, the bus would wait at the border ...
... after the Norwich loss, we explored the town for a little brekkie, heading to Angela's Cafe which was supposed to have awesome home made bread - which it did, although it was a little overpriced and portions were small. Next stop was the beach for Ash to hire a surfboard for the day - at only 20 soles (approx £5) it was a bargain for a day's entertainment. The waves themselves were hit or miss, there were long breaks between ...
... to learn, this was the place to do it. We signed up for a half an hour lesson and within five minutes we being shown the basics by a couple of Peruvians. They didn't waste much time with the tuition part, just telling us briefly how to stand up and paddle! Our instructors donned flippers and pushed us out to a good spot where we joined all the other surfers, anxious about how our first time on a board would end up.