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Why we love Green Eggs and Ham 

The very nature of travelling means that you turn up at a new place, fall in love with it, it’s resturants, hostels, activities and everything else and then you have to leave to explore another place, knowing you’ll probably never see it ever again. 223 palabras más


Mancora - Huanchaco - Casa Fresh

After leaving the Galapagos by plane last Friday we caught a night bus out of Guayaquil to cross the border into Peru. At 12.40am we were woken up at immigration and had to stand in a two hour queue to get our passports stamped (😴) before continuing our bus journey to Mancora. 378 palabras más


Journey Around The World - The Peruvian Coast

Driving Down The Peruvian Coast               June 23, 2013

As we were leaving Ecuador, we drove past miles and miles of banana plantations.  The bananas while still on the trees were in these blue plastic bags. 202 palabras más

Watercolor Painting

Hola from Mancora (and our last stop in Peru)! 

After two night buses in a row (Huaraz > Trujillo and Trujillo > Mancora) we arrived to the Peruvian coast and, drum roll please, 30+ degrees!!! 238 palabras más

Peru - A story in two parts

What is the first thing that comes to mind when we say Peru? Let us guess… Macchu Picchu? But Peru is so much more than just Macch Picchu. 2.321 palabras más


Peru: More than Cusco. More than Machu Picchu.

As an expat who has lived in this beautiful country for more than two years, I’ve learned something that really strikes me when I hear of tourists coming to visit on their dream trip… … 713 palabras más


How to Live in Paradise for $15 a Day

Step one and done: Get your butt to Mancora, Peru.

When most people think of Peru, they think of mountains and llamas and Machu Picchu. Very few people think of the gorgeous miles of coastline and the absolutely perfect weather that the west coast of the country has to offer. 334 palabras más

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