El Mirador de Vichayito
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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A brief, but very enjoyable stay in Ecuador is over then. A country of stunning countryside at every turn, lovely people and diverse culture.
Here's the story of Harry’s arriving in Peru.
Sñr Rodriguez arrives at the offices of CIFA Internacional Autobuses, nervous about his interview. He has rehearsed over and over, but still can’t stop worrying about what to say.
'Take a seat Sñr Rodriguez,' says ...
... time though and it seemed pretty safe.
We decided to go back into town a bit later on to try and find some bus tickets to Guayaquil in Ecuador. We looked around heaps of places in town until we found a bus at a good price. It was with CIFA buses so we bought some of these tickets.
Once back at the hostel we had an awesome dinner for pretty cheap at the sushi bar. Jonny and I were super happy here. The girls liked it a bit less due to all the people ...
... according to Trip Advisor. Again I had tuna whilst Greg had a Peruvian seafood curry. Unlike in Ecuador, the service in Peru for group meals is so much better.
At dinner, we found out that it was not possible to go whale watching as the trip was over sold. So we switched to the turtles instead even though we had already swum with them several times in Galapagos. After dinner a few of us headed to a beach bar for a night ...
... around in the water by the pier as I jumped in dressed in a lovely orange life vest. Although the sign said no touching the tortugas I really didn't have a choice in the matter as they were invasive little things, nudging and banging into you as they passed under, over and around, slimy shells brushing past. Turtle tickling complete it was onto Mancora for a spot of surfing. I didn't do myself proud here as the waves were low and the ...
... you have the jungle.
We arrived to Mancora in the morning and we took a motocycleta, which is same as a tuk tuk in Thailand, bicycle with two seats at the back. We got loaded, so that is us, our two big bags and the driver, I could not believe that with all that weight the bike still was moving. It took us to outskirts of the town through a slightly dodgy-deserted looking area. We read great reviews about hostel Misfits on the Internet, so we were looking forward to ...