Huanchaco Inn Hospedaje
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... all of Ecuador. From Puerto Lopez, I moved south 20 minutes to another beach town called Puerto Rico for one night. Then I went 45 minutes south to a strange beach town/backpacker destination called Montañita. This place is very difficult to explain...the only places that remotely compare in my mind are Koh Phangan, Thailand where they have the Full Moon Party (they also have full moon parties in Montañita) and Vang Vieng, Laos (look it up). Essentially, this is a ...
... stay but I need to walk off the 14 buns piled high with guacamole I have scarfed down. (Someone had made several kinds of dips, guacamole, and a cilantro one. By around 8:30 I was fading fast and plunged into these dips.)
Camilla, sack of bottles over her shoulder Santa Claus style, leads me up the street, around a corner and down a few dark steps to a ‘Dutch door’ - top half open into a pitch black dudgeon. Ola and a request for beer in Spanish. They are out ...
... been a huge tsunami that forced many people to leave. The entire area had about 100,000 people living in it back in time. We had a truck lunch in the parking lot of the ruins with all the other tour buses jealous of our amenitities. We probably could have sold our sandwich lunch to people and made some money. After lunch we went to a large mall that had a grocery store where we did cook group shopping. My group had to ...
We meet with our tour guide. It is noon. We have been snacking on peanuts and mandrina – quite paltry amounts I might add, and we have yet to see Chan ChiChung ( the name was denigrated by the early Spanish to Chan-Chan.) The driver had said we would be finished our tour by lunch – right, a very late lunch.
Off we go to Chan ChiChung. To be continued.
It is noon as I write and my thought is that the above is enough to post - to complete ...
... night camp again and setup shop for the evening.
It was much fully now, the Australian was there, and 2 other tour groups and more guides, so I was hoping it would turn into an interesting evening but most people went to sleep very early, there were no frogs or snakes in the shelter nor was there rain...so I crashed around 9pm after I worked on my blog in the quiet of the Amazon sitting on the dock alone.