Las Casitas Mancora
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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 ...
... all fours, we made it to the top. And it was worth it! We had the most amazing view over the desert of all the dunes and eventually sunset. Then we had the really fun bit of getting to run/skip/jump back down. We then enjoyed a great BBQ with a few drinks before bed. The next day we left for Paracas about lunch time, arriving in this funny old town known as the poor mans Galapagos. Checked into kokopelli hostel and had an early night as not much else to do in Paracas! Up the ...
Di nuovo in fila a un'altra frontiera: mezzora d'attesa nel bel mezzo della notte, altri due timbri sul passaporto e arrivederci Perù. Cosa ricorderemo di questo Paese? Tante cose, anche se a dire il vero dopo il picco di emozioni di Machu Picchu è andato tutto un po' in discesa, com'è naturale che sia. Forse il viaggio al contrario sarebbe stato più emozionante, ma è sempre difficile lasciare il meglio alla fine; come una lauta cena, di solito ci si abbuffa ...
No chance of an early breakfast in this town – catering to
the party animals I suppose. Tried an Austrian café at 9am when it eventually
opened and had spanakopita and coffee for breakfast.
Thought I would try a beach supposedly good for swimming,
Punta Sal – not today it wasn’t and from the geography not sure it often would
be, so starting to doubt the recommendations – decided to give Zorritos and
... the bus going through everyone's backpacks and luggage. after a brief period the bag was thrown back on the bus, the man got off and the engine started up once more. A short period went by before the bus made it next stop, we were greeted by a great open area with a few buildings dotted around the place, we were escorted into one of the buildings and found a long desk with three people at them, three signs hung over them. One read Salida Peru, the other two Entrada Ecuador, ...
Other places to stay in Mancora
Antigua Panamericana Norte 1215, Mancora | Villafrom $80