Hosteria Finca Chamanapamba
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... it again. We travelled in the back of the pickups to the office to change into our dry clothes. As a consequence of having an open wetsuit, Greg's skin was covered in sand and grit. On the walk back, he'd already had to empty half the river out of his shoes as the amount of stones that had gathered in them meant it was painful to walk. Before we could go back to the hotel and shower, we had to have the included lunch. We were taken to a sandwich shop with no other customers ...
The day that just won't end.... There was a landslide on the way back to Quito from the Amazon which obviously delayed us 2 hours and we missed our flight to Guayaquil. We got on the next flight but there were no longer any buses running to Montanita until 7:00am however we met a very nice, helpful family that got us to Santa Elena (1.5 hours by bus) where we then took an hour taxi ride to Montanita. Arrived at 1:00 am hopeful that tomorrow will be a more relaxing ...
... I dragged Steve to an Ecuadorian Art Gallery but there was nothing interesting there. So we stopped at a Danish / Ecuadorian cafe for a cafe con leche, it took 20 minutes to come even though we were the only people in there!
Onto the coach and onto our hotel - Hacienda de Leita, 9 km away near Patate. Luckily our rooms had open fires so we were able to dry our clothes and shoes. We also had hot water bottles which was a welcome ...
After breakfast we rented bikes and made our way towards the 'Devils throat'. The devils throat is a waterfall that you are able to climb behind. Doesn't sound that exciting but its absolutely brilliant. Theres a bungee / rope swing jump on the way to the the devils throat that we had agreed to do and at $15 it was bargain bucket stuff. When we got there we all started to get the jitters. Had someone else gone before us we ...
... on a different mountain - a 3-4 hour round trip!!! Given that it was humid, hot and really really steep I'm pretty sure Helen hated me! Oh well. After reaching the bottom, after 800ish stairs down we headed for the thermal baths. We opted for the ones in town where there was a muy muy caliente bath (about 45 degrees), a media caliente (38 ish degrees) and a bloody frio and I mean freezing! It was compulsory to wear swimming hats so after enquiring as to whether we could ...