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... beach until the sunset.
We really enjoyed Mancora and were quite glad it was low season as it gave us time to unwind from our trip back to England. However a couple of days was all that was needed so we decided to head further south to Lobitos a remote village off the beaten track.
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... im a miserable *******, well its like i told her before, im only miserable because im having to spend time in her company. My response to her comment was i told her i already was booked into another hostel. Tuk tuks are the way to get around in Mancora and as soon as we stepped off the bus there was about 5 drivers trying to get me to go with them. I didnt even say bye to Simone i just left. The tuk tuk driver seemed nice enough but then went and asked if ...
... her own fault!) The third day was another day relaxing on the beach (you can see a pattern forming here) but we decided to give our bodies a rest that night as we were feeling pretty rough so we stayed in bed and chilled and had an early night. The fourth day was Footy final day! We spent the morning sorting our lives out a bit, Matt with his credit card fraud! Paying things off, checking budget etc. We saw the Aussie ...
... hostel chain popular with rampant, sex-hungry kids, this humorous blog shares a few home truths about Loki, http://beyondblighty.com/loki-hostel-th e-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly/) we ventured away from the crass, central hub of Mancora, up the coast to Hostel Guacamayo. True to the warm, inviting nature of Martin and Silvia, the gregarious duo who run Guacamayo, they adopt local stray dogs, currently having a first XI of pooches. They are a ...
... from a nice market in Lima before moving on to Paracas. I spent a night in Paracas and the following morning took a boat out to the ballestas islands which is also known as 'Poor man's Galapagos Islands'. On the trip I managed to see dolphins, sealions, thousands of birds and most importantly penguins! For probably 0.1% of the cost of an actual Galapagos trip I was very pleased with the Ballestas! The rest of the day was a chill on Paracas beach before making the ...