El Mirador de Vichayito
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... are going to be on a donkey to Peru. Not for the first time this trip im bursting for a slash, went to toilet and theres cockroaches crawling around...mmmmm. Being the only male in female company for more than a couple hours is horrific. They are all singing when they think they can and its horrific and cringey eugh. Also simone....enough said she is disgusting. Get on bus after simone fallin about. I noticed she was seat 7 and i was seat 5 which meant i wasnt ...
... me it is still his first love and he miss it a lot!! In deep conversation, the guide shouts to look right, a whale puts on a show, it jumps many times, shows its head. Beautiful view and so uncommon. We'll remember it and you too with the video! Back on the sand, there is a lot of wind and it's hard for me to enjoy the afternoon. Are you mad at me for saying that ;) ?! Tonight it is cocktails on the beach, dinner and bus for 8 hours! Trujillo here come ...
Wanted to get an early start this morning so we could have a walk around and take some photos of the city. First we went down to the post office so we could send home a parcel from the Galapagos and a birthday card for Poppa and Sophie, that all came to $35 USD including postage so it was a pretty expensive but we have the parcel tracked so it should be fine. Then we stopped at a small locals restaurant for a delicious fruit salad before caring on down to the waterfront. It ...
... leaving day. We are a little sad at leaving Peru but very excited about getting to Ecuador. Having packed our bags we headed for our last breakfast in Mancora and made our way to the bus station for what we hope will be an easy boarder crossing, we have heard some interesting stories but fingers crossed. First we had to take a mini van to a town near the boarder where we then got on a bus to the boarder. An hour later we were on our way all stamped for Ecuador, for about ...
... bus to Mancora and turned up to boiling weather at last. We decided to stay in Loki, a chain of party hostels around South America after staying in a pretty quiet one in Cusco. Loki felt like a hotel, it had a massive pool, apartment style rooms and a big bar. While waiting for a room, we parked ourselves by the pool, had a swim, checked out the beach which was a few steps from the hostel and generally sunbathed. Its safe to ...