El Mirador de Vichayito
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room
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The border crossing took 2 and a half hours but we left the mountains and waterfalls behind and instead had vast flat land of Peru. We headed to the coast and followed the sea down to Mancora. When we got there we settled into a beautiful hostel and headed out to buy beer - priorities. I ended up also buying a beautiful white beach dress which I love! We had dinner and drank a lot of beer and rum, and headed to the beach bars quite late and had ...
... and a camp-wide bonfire. However, our group didn't stay up too late, in order to be awake early again the next morning.
Day four was one of our shortest walks, but it was very difficult and felt very long. This was the day that we said goodbye to the horses and had to carry our extra 5 kilos again. Because of this extra weight (and because we were all really excited to stay in a hostel that night and get a real, hot shower and bed) most of the group chose to take a van ...
... 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 ...
... we headed, with rude Peruvians sat in our reserved seats and others (less rude people) moving us from their reserved seats... I hoper this wasn't a sign of the people and culture for the upcoming couple of weks... but once our seats fred up I jumped in them and soon fell asleep, even if the seats didn't recline that far (we'd soon learnt to forget about the terms "Cama", "Semi-Cama" etc... just ask about the number of degrees they recline...). Next stop, Casma.
... into the owner's car and chased the bus down. Catching it in the next village. Here the agent abused the bus driver and extracted some money from him.
We reached Chiclayo 6 hours later only to be told there were no more buses to Kuelep, so we plucked a hostel out of the guide book and bedded down for the evening. Only heading out for a spot of dinner where we were very much the centre of attention in town.
As we ...