Casa Del Muelle Mancora
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... wasn't to eventful here we did celebrate Summer's 40th Birthday. She spent her birthday morning in a workout class with 15 local Peruvian ladies. She liked it so much the next morning she was up for Zumba one more time. She described it as a bunch of dancing and shaking to super loud music while trying not to laugh out loud.
For Thanksgiving we changed hotels. It was a priority for us to fine ...
... class 3-4 rapids - zip wired between canyons at over 250 metres high - hiked up a mountain with no harness - sand boarded on 50 metre + sand dunes - struck up conversations with locals in Spanish having never spoken a word of Spanish before this trip For someone who is not fond of heights and who had a fear of water for many years, I think this strong start. Next stop surf school in Mancora. Bring it ...
... miserable. It's a lot colder here than in Mancora. Once the sun is fully up we hunt for a cafe for breakfast. I have an English breakfast, it's not quite as good as my dads, but it's good! Going for a full body massage that afternoon was quite an experience. Not only was the massage amazing, I also got the added bonus of a mini earthquake half way though. Next day we visit the ruins of Chan Chan, located on the road to Trujillo. It ...
... to walk the beach at Mancora, passed the surfers and Marina to Los Pocitas, known for being one of the nicest beaches in Peru. It took about 90 minutes there and back and you could tell that there is a lot more money floating about in Los Pocitas than in Mancora. It would definitely be a place to stay if you were there to enjoy the region and quiet secluded ambiance of the beaches and bars there rather than party and surf down in Mancora with ...
... to see 10+ Condors flying around for half an hour or so Day 2: Trekking down to the bottom of the Canyon and reaching the 'Oasis' where we stayed and had a swimming pool right in the middle of the Canyon Day 3: Hiking almost vertically for 2 hours (it took some others in the group 2 and a half!) Upon my return to Arequipa following the Colca trek I decided to head straight to Cuzco in order to get acclimatised for my trek to Machu Picchu which I will cover in the next ...