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... on other items like cars to raise revenue, there is no pension to speak of only a small amount of $50 per month. We stopped in a little town with a local market - first visit was to a project run by a volunteer organisation from Belgium . They run classes for the local natives in computers, sewing and even pre school for the kids. They also have a twelve room hotel but are building another twelve rooms. This helps fund their charitable works. Wandering through the ...
... nice and modern with the security gated entrances, next to and across the road from little run down shanties. Interesting to see the differences so close. But other than that, nothing else to really look at. The trip is a fairly easy one for a touch under 3 hours and we arrive in Montanita at 1700. We grab our bags and head down to Hidden House hostel on the river, a little out from the main centre of town. Seemed a nice chilled hostel away from the party scene. How wrong we were. ...
... to 9pm but they do it from 8am to 9pm. So if you do go there, book it through the website.
We ate so nicely because of the huge diversity of restaurants, cafe and shops. I definetly recommend, "El Meson de Espana", "the Black Olive", "Tutti Frutti" for their homemade Ice Cream.
I was impressed by the number of street art. It is just incredibly nice to walk in that town and stare at the wall paint or graph. They all seems to ...
... This town feels completely safe, which is really nice. I’m never sure what to expect when coming into a new city, but this one feels good. It has a nice colonial feel to it, and it’s really pretty. I checked out the small park in the center and the beautiful basilica, but it was already closed. Unfortunately I got into town a little too late to check out most of the sites in town, but I have ...
... We did
have a laugh at the dessert which was one strawberry cut into quarters with a
small dob of cream and served in a very tiny glass bowl but we weren’t whinging
for the price. We then walked past the double decker tour bus and were
convinced to take the city tour. The city has so many heritage buildings that
it has UNESCO classification. The highlight was the lookout on the edge of town
which gave ...