Sunset Residenza & Ristorante
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we accomplished something we finally got a surf lesson. We initially considered just hiring the board, but the lesson was good. We spent about 20 minutes on the shore practising standing up and the next 40 minutes in the sea actually getting on with it. We both had one teacher each and they went into the sea with us and essentially pushed the board into the waves. We both managed to get up several times. I personally almost always fell at the end of it and Femi also found ...
... as it doesn't require electricity. As we were walking towards dessert the power came on to loud cheers by all the restaurant and shop owners. On our first day here we found a clothes shop that had a little cake stall out side with a really nice brownie and ice cream, so we decided to pay them one last visit before heading home to book a hostel in Ecuador. This morning we woke to a picture perfect morning, the sun is shining and there is hardly a puff of a breeze. It is of course ...
... Brazil and the fantastic times I had with Inaya, Savannah and Risa in Itacare, as well as Floripa with Claire, Monique, Tiffany and the others). I was also looking forward to seeing these hilarious Irish lads I met in Cusco; Harry (ten hat hottie / CD) Arthur (scotch tape) and Dave (eyebrows).
I get to Loki hostel (the best hostel in Mancora and you defo stay there if planning a trip) and I am amazed. It's more like a beach ...
... to dry land and hired some bikes to cycle round the Paracas reserve - named a world heritage site because it's home to so many species. Off we set on our bikes. Except one thing we haven't mentioned is that the reserve is a desert. This was not some jolly bike ride, but a full on marathon mountain bike excursion. We had to be back that evening to catch our bus so worried we wouldn't make it back in time we didn't make it to one beach we had planned to. Stopped off at ...
... sand, brownish water and strewn with sunburnt bodies. There were not as many dogs or as much litter as on other beaches we've been to, but it wasn't inviting enough to take a dip. Unfortunately the pristine beaches of West Wales make it hard to rave about the hot, but grubby ones. As we wandered through the main streets people were out sweeping the sand off everything and taking it away in wheelbarrows. The place is gradually getting paved, but ...