- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKimbas Bungalows Mancora
I would recommend Kimba's to anyone going to Mancora. It's very clean, the staff is nice, and the prices are great. I loved relaxing in my hammock at Kimba's or by their pool. I wish I could have stayed longer!
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... my keys out of the hat first. So far mine is one of the only ones not to have broken down, YET. It only took an hour or so to get the basics and I was feeling really proud of myself until my teammate Paddy arrived. He got on and it felt like he'd been driving one of these for years! (But then, he is a biker). Back to patia the next day to try and buy the advised parts which we need to keep our little lady moving. Difficult if you don't speak any Spanish. ...
... About an hour later we pulled up outside the hotel. I paid him in soles and he seemed pretty pleased. Later I found out that the bus should have cost about 10 soles, so I guess I know why he was so happy. And so was I, by English terms it wasn't expensive, but I guess he will be buying presents for his children, and so happy he'd made a buck. The hotel is the best in the area. Just like the town it makes you think that a few Cowboys will ride down the sleepy street at ...
... other than potatoes). Should we complain, the whole lot cost 6 soles, around one pound 40ish, Oh, and we washed that down with sweet green tea which was included in the price. Today, we took the free bus to miraflorres. This new bus service is free for a lmonth and consequently packed. They operate an amazing pecking order, older people, the infirm, women carrying kids etc getting seats. Everyone squeezes on, whilst being shouted at from the street by ...
... in the North of Peru were we would visit our "Amigos Temporales" Raoul and Laura (Raoul and Laura we met during the first week in Bolivia). This journey follows the Pan American-north highway and would also go overnight. The second night on the bus!
We saw the famous sand dunes falling into the pacific ocean, beautiful sunset and more, much more sand of this unbelievable desert next to the sea. Fortunately the bus had internet and so we could announce our arrival towards ...