Hosteria Finca Chamanapamba
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... We're trying.
But I'm telling you right now that if I have a choice between using the 20 Spanish words that I know in different combinations over and over and over again, or, saying something developmentally appropriate in English, I'm going for the English. Every time. Because why would I use my word supply to order yet another "Taza de cafe" in Spanish, when what I really want to say is "No. No. No way am I ever going on ...
... From here it is a cheeky hour to Banos. I grabbed a bus that departed in 45minutes. Ideal
For the five hour bus ride I was sat next to an Aussie called Sarah, who had unbeknown to us caught the same bus in, and was also heading to Banos. She doesn't speak any real Spanish so for the first time someone is looking toward me for langauge guidance which is very disconcerting. In Ambato we ...
... We can sure use it after the riding/trekking adventure yesterday!
We had a great walk along the beach. Tide was coming in, so couldn't really go into the surf; it was a bit rough. But tomorrow morning Kate will be out collecting seashells and hopefully a sand dollar to bring home. Now, as we wait to go to dinner in the next village over, we are enjoying a lovely sunset. Life just doesn't get any better than this!
... we got into any troubles. Back to the waterfalls, we were to go down 6 in total, and normally this half day excursion, we did were back to the car in 35 minutes, whilst the group that let us pass were still on the first waterfall. A combination of it being only me, and the fact that I was experienced, Alberto was explaining that it obviously takes longer when its peoples first time. I remember the first session climbing and having to lean backwards to return to the ground, ...
... stadium next to our hotel, even though the line was almost full circle around the stadium! Ecuadorian rock festival, ticked off on life’s list.
The weekend was spent in the Peruvian town of Mancora. It is a surfing town, with a quaint little strip of restaurants and tiny shops on its main strip. On Saturday, we checked out the local nightlife and on Sunday we had a relaxing beachside existence. For lunch on Sunday, Julie and I shared a ...