Sunset Residenza & Ristorante
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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26th - 27th November: Night bus to Mancora, Peru 27th - 30th November: Mancora 30th November - 1st December: Night bus to Lima It was only a 7hr bus ride Cuenca - Mancora including the border crossing. Was a bit skeptical of the crossing as it was the middle of the night but it was smooth sailing and very professional. Meant we arrived at 5am but our hostel (loki del mar - known as being a big party ...
... to her. Now i dont know if she done this to **** me off or what but she decides to just sit next to me anyway. 10 hours sittin next to her is my idea of hell. I would much rather eat my own pubes in mouldy bread for the next month than sit next to her. Im gettin worked up even just writing about her! While she is sleeping her fats spillin onto me. The bus stinks of ****, i am going to say its Simone ******* cause shes a mess of a human. On a positive note at ...
... the second day we spent most of the day at the beach, the sea was lovely and warm and we topped up our tans! That evening we stayed in the hostel again, played A LOT of beer pong with the Aussie guys and went down to the beach again after meeting a Scottish girl and American girl who were volunteering together I think. They ended up getting their phones nicked somehow on the beach unfortunately (kate also lost her shoes, ...
... back on the coast after not seeing the sea since Brazil, so we spent our second day chilling on the beach. Fred and Esme somehow managed to get caught out by the tide and Fred had to run and save his ipod from being sucked into the sea along with his book and towel. The waves started to slowly grow and the became ideal for swimming in. Fred and I took an absolute battering whilst Pom and Esme watched on on hysterics and taking photos.
Unsurprisingly Fred and Esme both ...
... food, like chicken and chips! Anyway, we arrive in the town, at first glance it almost looks like we are in Thailand. The horns of the many scrambling tuk tuks, the straw-roofed huts and the young, hippie backpacker presence. I could definitely fit in here! The ocean is a welcome sight after so long and immediately cures the bus-lag the second I jump in.
Our first dinner in Peru is obviously Ceviche with Pisco Sours. Both ...