Hotel Playa Palmeras
Travel Blogs from Mancora
... centre on the way for some well needed sugar with coke and Oreos and then back on the bikes. Had slightly underestimated this. Cycling uphill is one thing but when you are cycling uphill in a DESERT and you cannot see an end to the miles of sand, and there are no people AT ALL and then you see a VULTURE you realise you are in the middle of nowhere and you better start peddling because you don't want to be out there when the sun goes down. Apart from the vulture we ...
... i clacson e a momenti ci voleva quasi un semaforo. Cercare di prendere un onda e allo stesso tempo schivare la gente in acqua non è proprio l'ideale, per questo Nina ci è andata solo una volta per mezzora o poco più. Molto più piacevole godersi un paio di splendidi tramonti o semplicemente oziare con una granita in mano, comprata dalle signore che vanno su e giù per la spiaggia con i loro carretti. Nel villaggio non c'è molto da fare d'altronde, a ...
... really good too!
In between the massive feeds, checked out bus times and the
town, parts of which had been flooded with the rough/high tide and the beach,
which was wider with pleasant fine sand. The kite & regular surfers were
out in force but swimmers were unimpressed, especially as rocky in a number of
Nice sunset but round the point after where the fishing boats
are moored but no trace of a fishing village in Mancora itself.
... at the bus station, before finally hours later we managed to find a bus going across the border.
Mancora is apparently where young people from Lima come to party, so we were expecting the worst.... It’s actually not too crazy at all - we are staying in a sweet little place with bamboo huts, palm trees, a pool, and within earshot of the sea. I can hear the waves crashing ...
... all I wanted to do was sleep, have a drink and enjoy the beach the next day. This is exactly what I did the first day in Mancora. Somehow the night ended with a few of us getting a TukTuk to a "fiesta" with live music, where we were the only non-locals. Nevertheless it was a very fun night and we felt welcome at the party.
The rest of my days in Mancora were ...