Hostal El Pelicano
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... spent tine on amazing beaches in both Peru and Galapagos, so there was nothing here to persuade me to stay.
At my hostel, the owner Maria was very nice and helpful to provide with me information as for how to get to Puerto Lopez. I went to bed around 11pm, and it was rough, neither of the two fans reached me on the upper far bunk, so between the heat and the mosquitoes, I barely slept this night. I would be looking around for another place to stay ...
... some of the funniest guys (British) I've ever met. I also hung out with this woman, Lanie, and her 15-year-old son, Miro. Lanie, a former website developer, and her man broke up 6 years ago and she pulled her son out of traditional American school and they've been traveling together ever since. He's only 15 but has the wit and intellect of at least a college aged kid, more than most probably. They are living in hostel owned by a guy named Omar who smokes weed and surfs ...
... hangover. Somehow, I remove myself from my hammock and I lug myself across town to get some food (encebollado, ceviche, or empanadas) and an ice cold juice. Then, it's beach time, which consists of walking up and down the beach, drinking a Maracaibo, smoking on the rocks, and diving in and out of the waves for hours. No point it tanning as that just happens naturally walking around here. The sun is incredibly strong here on the equator but it was harder to tell just how ...
... is clear, type of pasta an sauce. 4 differents topics for the pasta and sauces, all cooked homemade.
We had a connection immediately even for 5 days...hold on a second...it looks like the same situation as in Mindo...I love to travel.
After this crazy time, we head up to another beach town to relax. We picked up the destination in the bus.....it was Ayampe. Small fisherman village that had been recommended to me earlier in my trip, somewhere in ...
Early start, we were up at 5am, got a taxi to the station and caught a public bus to the coastal town of Montanita.
The drive to Montanita was gorgeous, it was awesome to see the ocean again. The last time we were at the beach was Brazil. Small coastal villages line the shore, beach shacks with straw roofs and bamboo walls, colourful hammocks swinging from palm trees, stray dogs cruising the sand, fishermen untangling nets and the best thing of all hot sunny ...