Tangara Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the city, and my initial attempts at trying to follow this conversation in Spanish pretty rapidly fade away into smiling and nodding at what I perceived to be the appropriate time. They ask me for my face book, I lie and say I don't have an account, they then ask for an email address to which I say no thanks, its probably not believable that someone of my generation doesn't have an email account. Next we meet Rosmaris CS friends at the bowling lane, the place looks like ...
... put on our sneakers and took a walk into town. First we got some dinner because we were starving, then we walked to 2 main plaza areas one of them has turtles and land iguanas so it was pretty funny. After this we walked to the waterfront on the river and walked up a lookout tower. The area around here is all really nice and felt really safe. We got back to the room after 8 to take showers and watch a movie on the English Channel! ...
... way up to the blue and white light house on top of the hill. We met many different security guards who followed us up the various stair cases until another security guard was visible, then they followed us for the next part. One of the older ones spoke to us and explained that it was not a safe area, hence the guards and not to cross over to the other hill as it's really unsafe there. Next we got into a cab and headed across town to the Citibank office to see if ...
... or I had any beer (Dave didn't feel like it due to feeling the jetlag a bit; I don't like the taste of beer full stop).
This morning we had a lie-in. After getting up at about 10.30 we had some breakfast and took a bus two minutes down the road to the bank so that I could get out my rent money and also money for the Galápagos Islands; we could have walked, but it would have taken at least twenty minutes in the heat each way and ...
... lava tube! Just sitting there blocking traffic, & because they're protected, we had to ease the bus around him on the verge... The lava tube was pretty cool, massive big tunnel formed by an actual lava flow probably hundreds of thousands of years ago, can walk right down through it until you hit a spot where it's caved in. Then we went tortoise hunting... Didn't have to look far, there were two more in the road we had ...