Manglaralto Sunset Hostel
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... and it cost alot of money) we decided to do a day trip to Isla del Plata where we would see some bird life, snorkle and see turtles. It was so nice to get out on the sea too. We had to drive up to Peurto Lopez and the boats went from there which took about an hour. Unfortunately for us we missed Whale season. From June-September over 600 Humpback Whales come to the coast of Ecuador. We got to the Island and headed out for a hike which took about 1hr 30min and where we saw ...
... the hammocks at the hostel, daily yoga as the sun was setting, walking on the beach and swimming in the warm Pacific ocean. Paul even managed to get in a few days of surfing; Jenn was happy watching from the beach. By the end of the week, we had gotten to know a few of the local faces and were even a little sad to leave Montañita. We were happy we stuck in out though (and moved to a quieter hostel) as we got the much needed week of relaxation before heading off to our next country, ...
... It is about 2
hours away from my town and I went there to register my visa with immigration.
While there with my host parents, we also went to the Iguana Park. It is
literally a park in the middle of the city with Iguanas living there. Across
the street from the Iguana Park is a huge cathedral filled with gorgeous
stained glass all the way around. Finally, we finished the day with lunch. This
is when I was finally able to try ceviche, a dish the ...
... time!). Here we enjoyed taking off our shoes and walking in the pristine white sand. We took pictures and stood in awe at a striking rock formation sticking out of the ocean. There was only one other person there who was also taking pictures and enjoying the solitude.
We returned to the main trail only to discover that it was the only way out. There was apparently no trail to the third beach, Las Frailes. We wondered if we could have walked along the ...
... merry. Heading back into the centre later we hit up cocktail alley - literally one street heading down towards the beach that us stall after stall of cocktails - and then hit a few clubs. Crawling back into bed in the early (or late..?) hours and that was Montanita five for me. A few hours later I dragged my self out of bed and Disney to the tiny bus terminal to catch my connection back to Guayaquil and join up with the Community a Hostel ...