Casa Del Muelle Mancora
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
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... tan and decided to visit the city of Trujillo, only to discover that there is absolutely nothing to do in that city....Next day it was time to be a bit active and so we booked a surf lesson. (With the help of the instructor), we actually caught a few (small) waves. Afternoon was filled with being lazy on the beach and having a beer while watching the sunset over the ocean and then a nice coconut curry at our hostel. Over the next 2 days, we rented ...
... sticky...must be the humidity...as you can imagine my bride is not very excited about the prospect of next 5 days in this den.. does not like it!. But we agreed to give it a go and see. Eager to escape the angelic bliss and mould, we arranged for Roberto to drop us off at a newly completed shopping centre. We visited Salaverry shopping plaza. A large modern centre, much like Southland or a small Emporium. It is over 5 levels with some well ...
... to make sure I walked a fair distance behind the other two horses and kept to the right or left of them. Well my horse was having none of that as he wanted to be right up with the other two as he didn't like being left out. He totally lived up to his name, Rebel. After we finished with these activities, we went back to the hotel for a swim in the pool. We then toured the main reception area where it was evident that ...
... crosses with other breads and you get the 'batdog'.
A note about safety in Mancora and Peru in general. We had no issues whatsoever, but we were told not to walk to the right on the beach, it was no man’s land. Also not to walk to the town by the road, indeed it was a little dodgy, more like there were just houses but not a lot of people. And also not to walk on the beach at all after dark. So here you go, it was almost like you just don’t walk, it is safer ...
... and then told us that the bus had "broken down". By this point it was 11pm and Dave went back in to ask for our money back. There were a few people outside now, one english guy who was getting the 11pm Cifa bus to Quito was also waiting. The guy decided to walk us down to another office were about 25 backpackers were sleeping outside looking like the same thing had happened to them. The guy from our office told us the bus would get us from this office and left us with a ...