The rooster was back and wasn't alone!!!
Mancora Travel Blog› entry 5 of 15 › view all entries
May 16th, 2009 – by: yadilitta
We went downstairs and had breakfast. A fresh juice, coffee with a dash of milk and bread. Perfect! I don't know why there were so many cats there.
Craig was hopping the waves would be better today, but no luck... it was flat again... not a big problem for me, I was just thinking about sunbathing. While he was thinking about the sun screen, I was thinking about the tan lotion, hehehe. Oh well, when I met Craig in Lima we agreed I'd help him with Spanish and it was time to do it. He was reading a book or trying to and I'd help him with some words. At the end we thought the best would be that I read the book loud, but not in Spanish, but translating it at same time, OMG! It wasn't as easy as I thought...
Time for a break.
It was around 1 and we were getting hungry. What to eat? Cebiche!!! having cebiche in the beach - unbeatable!!! There are so many restaurants along the beach. So we decided to try a different one everyday. Our lunches would always be about cebiche, yay! It was BBB: Bueno, Bonito & Barato (good, beautiful & cheap), hahaha. It was so fresh and tasty! Very good!!! After the tasty meal we stayed there for a while enjoying the nice day.
Now, we went back to the hotel to keep on with our hard routine. Step 3: pool! hahaha. This time I met 2 English girls, but I forgot to ask their names... oh well, we'd meet all the time :) I was back to my room, took a shower and decided to read for a bit before the sunset. The hammocks were so comfy, mmm, paradise... "it feels like home to me"... "home sweet home" ;)
As the day before we went to the beach for the sunset. This time I found it nicer, hehehe. We met Ramon there and the 3 of us were enjoying the gorgeous view. We were chilling out there until it got dark and we needed to move. During the morning we met the "happy guy" who told us he was waiting for us the night before. We told him we were looking for the pizzeria but couldn't find it. This time he gave us exact directions and we would go there for dinner.
Craig turned to me and said: "it's up to you, spaghetti... (that was my nickname)". So, I was supposed to be the bad girl... well, I told him we should go back and take a second look. This time there were 2 guys there and they told us they tried the pizza the night before and was awesome! Ok, nothing else to think about. We were staying there. The "happy guy" saw us and came out to say hi. The pizza was cheap and so tasty, really home made, thin crust, good quality toppings, yummy!!!! Yes, the place didn't look very nice, despite it looked dirty and abandoned it was somehow charming.
While we were walking back to the main road we met the English girls and then Ramon. Now, the 5 of us would go for a couple of drinks at a party they have been announcing since 2 days ago, hahaha. Well, that party wasn't that big. At least we had a drink and were chatting for a while.
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