Hosteria Finca Chamanapamba
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... up position while I got strapped up, and then forcefully said ‘Arms Up, Arms Up.’ Before I knew it she let go of my legs and off I went. I was packing myself for about five seconds but managed to enjoy it for the remaining minute. Apparently, as soon as Julie saw me go and saw the pace of the drop she simply undid her harnesses and stood back. No zipline for Coops. Thursday afternoon was spent driving from Banos further south to a town ...
... the hammocks at the hostel, daily yoga as the sun was setting, walking on the beach and swimming in the warm Pacific ocean. Paul even managed to get in a few days of surfing; Jenn was happy watching from the beach. By the end of the week, we had gotten to know a few of the local faces and were even a little sad to leave Montañita. We were happy we stuck in out though (and moved to a quieter hostel) as we got the much needed week of relaxation before heading off to our next country, ...
... mid swing swing upside down on it. Banos is also known for its thermal baths which are scattered all around the small town. We went to one of the nicer ones the next afternoon, deciding to pay a little extra for cleanliness. The pool is somehow heated by the volcano and while it was a nice warm temp it definitely wasn't spa pool hot. We had dinner along the bar street that we had been down ...
... beach. My house
is about 100 meters from the beach, but it is a tourist attraction and is
always busy on the weekends. So we drove to a beach called La Playa Rosada or
the Pink Beach. It got its name from the sand with a tan skin color. It was a
perfect day, sunny and a breeze and the water wasn’t too hot or too cold. The
beach was also practically deserted; it definitely seemed like one of those
places only the locals know about.
My final ...
... Instead we walked back up to our bikes and continued on. At the town of Machay we followed the dirt track around the hill and where it joined back up with the main road we turned around. Back at Machay we left our bikes and walked up to a small waterfall and had our packed lunch on a large rock in the middle of the river. Having decided not to ride up hill all the way back to Baños we stopped into Rio Verde where we were picked up by a truck on the side of the road that is ...