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Exhausting trip from Mancora to Iquitos

So you probably read a few articles of people going to Iquitos by other forms of transportation rather then plane. If you decide to follow my path, keep reading on, you will find some very useful information that other bloggers don’t include. 439 palabras más

Visited Places

Mancora and Trujillo

We took the craziest minibus from Tumbes to Mancora (S/.12pp). It was this old, rusty, dilapidated minibus that looked like it was being held together by some rusty screws and felt like it would fall apart at every speed bump it raced over! 724 palabras más

July 2015

Leaving Peru, Taking time in Ecuador, Shipping the Car Home

Well I hate to say it but this is the beginning of the end for our trip.  I actually just finished loading the car into the shipping container with our agent and watching a truck take it to the shipping staging area.   668 palabras más


Familiarity and Difference


(This is a short entry. I spent most of the day on buses.)

It is amazing how fast something we do becomes a habit. It is even more interesting how sights and sounds become familiar. 507 palabras más


Prep and Pack


As I am starting to get more used to traveling (alone. So sad), I realize there are places I want to stay longer at, and places I am ready to leave after a day or two. 519 palabras más


Running and Warning


Have you realize everyone gives you warning about things these days? Your MacDonald coffee cup warns you the beverage you are about to enjoy maybe hot (unless you ordered ice coffee, of course. 695 palabras más


[Day 12] Sun, Sea, and Sand Fix in Mancora

July 14, 2014: Monday

The morning of our twelfth day on the road, we woke up early once again because BEACH. We were so excited to frolic in the sea, our last chance before we head for the mountains again. 688 palabras más