Isla de Banos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... full three hours loving the warm water in multiple pools and the astounding view of the entire valley below. We watched the sunset (poor since it was cloudy) and had a real chance to relax. I had loaned my shorts to Stefanie as she had forgotten her bikini, so i was doing all this in my undies, and it was cold up there FYI. We showered and changed (me just wrapping a towel around my waist) and waited for a cab back down ( and this took a ...
... design, finish, and quality workmanship overall including the place we are staying which was contracted by Agrapina's son ... looking up a small river dividing Maglaralto and Montanita at a new Malecon being dedicated by the community this Sunday ... we plan to head down to watch the fiesta ... had a nice meal here on our first visit over ...
... will spray it into your car. Its safe to say that many of the locals of Salinas do not enjoy this holiday weekend, and I must say, I agree with them.
One of the positives of Carnival is the concerts that are held in Salinas. I went to one with many of my friends from school. It was a singer of reggaeton named Kevin Roldan. His music is pretty popular in South America and the tickets were relatively cheap. The concert itself was packed with people ...
Family, friends, and HHDS Rotary Club,
January was similar to that of November. It was quiet and not too many exciting thing occurred. I spent most of the month hanging out with my friends and host family. I didn’t do any traveling outside of my host town as I frequently did in December.
In the beginning of January, my older host sister, and some friends went to a beach about an hour away. It was very crowded but the location itself was ...
... Ecuador 2 hours from me. We rented bikes and biked across a bridge to this island called Isla Santay. It is a small island located in the middle of the Guayas River and is something like a mini Galapagos. Although it is only a mere 20 minute walk from the urban mainland, this sanctuary is virtually untouched by its metropolitan neighbor. There are some inhabitants, mostly fisherman, who do live there, however their houses run off of solar power. While there, me and my ...