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... pretty good English so we chatted here and there. Was interesting listening to him talk about Israel.
I found a flyer for salsa classes but they didn´t have a date, which was Wednesday. Go figure. But the place, Bongo was cool. The juice was eh, but it had a relaxed atmosphere and I loved the classic rock music they played. The club downstairs was eh. But I was the third person in and ...
... tasty. I might need to find a recipe. Same for the salbrieta, which is a breakfast dish from Manabi province. It's corn, peanuts and plantains: very filling and good for energy. I didn't care for the mote, which I believe is some sort of grain. It was rather bland, but also filling. The agrio (a type of salad) reminded me of Dad's Texas caviar but with more vegetables. Actually wasn't bad.
Retired to my room to work on lesson plans and have a relaxed day. I succeeded. :)
Took a $5 taxi to bus station. Took about 15 minutes to get there.Our bus was on the second level and was a hour early there. There was a lot of stalls to eat there like sandwiches, drinks etc.
Bus left about 15 minutes late but the bus had nice comfortable seats but Ecuadorean music all the time( like rapping music).
It took 5 hours to get there ...
... for a little USA vs Ecuador friendly, which we proudly won thanks to Ryan's perfect alley-oop. We said our goodbyes and once again boarded our truck. There's something truly exhilarating about sitting in the back of a truck and riding through the country side. Almost every single person we waved to erupted into a huge smile and waved back. We split into two groups, a basketball group and a "we want dinner" group. ...
Ama La Vida! Todo lo que necesitas es Ecuador!
Upon arrival in Ecuador we were met with the smiling faces of Ricardo and Claire. After a long day of traveling, all we had left was a five hour bus ride to Bahía de Caráquez. When we arrived we were greeted by the remaining members of the GSE family, Moncho, Erika, Steven, Ethan, Alejandro, and Cecelia. Shortly after we looked through the house we ventured into town for our first adventure. This entailed a walk to ...