Isla de Banos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... because it was one of the last times we would all be together before they all leave for college in March/April. At the end, the junior class played a song for us as they went outside of the room to clean up. Little did we know that they were waiting outside with silly string to spray us all as we walked out! It was a great last day of school!
Although this month has been quiet and not thrilling, something amazing did happened. Out of no where in January, my ...
... of 3-5 others create an exposition for a large part of your grade. I was in a group with 5 other girls and our topic was "Psychology: A Light for the Human Brain." Every group has to do their presentation multiple times for judges and the general public over a three day period in English and Spanish. I participated in my groups presentation but speaking in English because my Spanish is not quite up to par, especially since this is such a major project for ...
I had heard from other travelers that Banos was a great place to hang out, with lots of activities to do, which is correct, its very touristy, lots of good restaurants an overwhelming amount of tour agencies, with some information from other travelers I had met, I came up with a plan for the next few days. My first day I would do a hike up past a mirador, with great views of the town. The town has numerous waterfalls in the area, and thermal spring/ pools hence the name Banos. ...
Hello from Salinas, Ecuador!
I arrived safely in Ecuador on Saturday the 23rd of August. I flew into Guayaquil airport with 6 other American exchange students and one Canadian going to places near Guayaquil. We all separated at the airport. I was driven to Salinas by YE chair of the Salinas Rotary Club, Merdardo. Him and his wife did not speak much English and my Spanish was still quite rough so the car ride was ...
... stay. the part we weren't prepared for was the partying until 3:00 am and then a rooster waking us up at 5:00 am. Or on Sunday a disgruntled neighbor who blasts obnoxious music the entire night so we had no sleep the day before our first day of class. So afternoons were coveted rest time because most people were in afternoon class or hungover and napping. The town on the weekends is a little out of control. The bars and discos play insanely loud music to try and ...