Casa Del Muelle Mancora
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... difference in the level of service you get from Peruvians and Argentinians. In Argentina the people serving you were usually friendly and helpful, in Peru we often find they are only there because they need the money. It's funny in shops they will sometimes smile and look like they want to help, but as soon as you don't buy everything in the shop they look like you have just peed on the floor. When we got home we realised just how intense the sun is here. Chris had layered ...
Mancora had received fantastic reviews from all our fellow travellers who were a few weeks ahead of us so we held good expectations on the bus up the north from Lima. We stepped off the bus at around 9 in the morning and within seconds we were sweltering. The heat was already relentless but we could hear the waves lapping onto the white beach just below us. We took a 2 minute tuk-tuk ride up to our hostel Kokopelli which was at the end of the strip. The hostel was the ideal size with ...
... a proper dinner - but the cocktails were much better than food anyway. Back to the hostel with cans of beer (lads) we stayed up chatting to some girls from Huacachina who had just checked into our Lima hostel. Sore heads the next day we wandered down to the sea front and stopped off at a chicken and chips shop on the seafront for an early lunch before our 1.30 bus to mancora. Arrived in Mancora early in the morning after 18 hours on the bus and checked into Loki ...
... immigration process. And she was right. The crossing was speedy and efficient and at no extra cost.
I arrived in Mancora at 5.30am (I had to wait at Guayaquil bus terminal for 5 hours), got some sols out of the ATM, jumped on a tuk-tuk (they are prolific all around Peru) and without having booked anything in advance, was taken to a place called Guacamayo bed and breakfast who accept people without reservations. I was put in a 3 ...
... middle of the night, two more stamps in our passports and we're out of Peru. What will we remember of this country? Many things, although to tell the truth after the peak of emotions of Machu Picchu all went a bit downhill, as it should be. Maybe the reverse trip would have been more exciting, but it's always difficult to leave the best for last; as in a hearty dinner, we usually binge with the best dish leaving the rest for later, until we are completely full and there is no room ...