Manglaralto Sunset Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After 3 bus rides totalling 14 hours we arrived at our lovely beach front hostel. It was only 9am and a few other guests were lounging out the front. While we waited for our room to be made up we got chatting to two American travellers also staying at Sunset hostel. They'd both fallen in love with Manglaralto so much they'd been there a month and …
... watching we went to do some snorkelling around an island, however the water was so cloudy that we couldn't see anything so we just had a swim. The air was cold, the sky grey but the water was surprisingly warm. This little town really came alive at night, with street food venders and craft sales people setting up stalls all along the malecon. We just had to try some of the foods on our walk down to the pier. First we ...
... selfies. It was just crazy. So terrible. It makes you value everything you have and how lucky I was to be healthy, alive, have awesome friends and family, and basically with everything to look forward to. Seeing this, whilst I was still furious with the events of the night before, I wanted to make amends. I mean they are nice boys (albeit one of them being dillutional with a vivid imagination) and we all had such fun in Cusco, so didn't want ...
... expats and retirees currently reside in the colonial city of Cuenca alone?
The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him to hold in higher esteem those who think alike than those who think differently. - Friedrich Nietzsche
If I appear to empathize with Hispanics it's for a number of reasons. First of all, I don't consider myself to have a nationality despite being taught that my last name, blood and place of ...
As previously predicted, I haven't posted anything in a while because I have been too busy enjoying the costal town of Montanita. Sadly, I am currently sat in Guayaquil airport on my way back to Quito, and I am certainly sad to have left! Montanita is a tiny but certainly very lively town on the coast of Ecuador. My time there pretty much consisted of doing Spanish classes, going 'surfing' (I'm not really sure that you can call what I did actually ...