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... and generally having a good old time. After that we went to see a Pink Floyd tribute band... interesting... and after that we went to a bar / club called Joyride, even more interesting. Otherwise Sucre was mostly about rest, there was a lovely fresh fruit and veg market, they have a meat section too but the smell kept us away mostly. Our final day in Sucre was spent drinking beer from 9am and watching a lot of football.
After Sucre we headed to ...
... over the loud speaker system.
Loki is known for its outrageous partying and lucky for us, visitors were allowed in the bar area all day (and night) if they picked up a wristband before 5.30pm. We were in by 2pm and spent a couple of hours drinking there before heading back to our hostelhostel for a much needed nap. There just happened to be a beer pong tournamenttournament that night as well! Score!
On the walk back to PKs, ...
... the stars & (almost full) moon just to add to the experience. I decided to move on to Arequipa the following day and took a 12 hour bus which meant I arrived only in time to sleep. I spent the next day exploring Arequipa and booking myself onto a Colca Canyon tour for the next day which was to set off at 3.30am! So an early night was in order before the 3am wake up to go to the Colca Canyon but it was without a doubt worth it! The Colca Canyon is both the deepest ...
Another long day today and a
night in Mancora, a beach town which is absolutely buzzing.
The scenery in Peru is all desert
– it’s been really unexpected – in my imagination it was all going to look like
Cuzco with huge forest covered mountains, but it is really flat and sand
everywhere. It is also really poor – by far the poorest country we have been
to. There is rubbish everywhere - it seems people just fly tip ...
Hello again! So, I bet you're wondering about the broken ribs, eh? Well don't worry, I'll get to that soon enough. Anyway! This week's blog is a whirlwind of activity, as I head back through Peru on my way up to Ecuador and beyond. Why aren't I going south into Chile and then back north into Argentina and Brasil? Well, turns out when I was arranging my new passport I didn't have enough time to get a Brasilian visa. That and I had other, longer term plans. But I ...
Other places to stay in Mancora
Antigua Panamericana Norte 1215, Mancora | Villafrom $80