Manglaralto Sunset Hostel
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- Non-smoking rooms
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After we checked out Gilly realised he had lost our bus tickets. Clown. Lucky for him we had no problems getting them reissued or he'd have been shelling out for them. I spent the day sitting on a deck chair on the beach while the two lads watched the Copa America. Got a bus to Banos that night. ...
... insects (so we seriously had to spray up). Along with questionable but surprisingly comfortable (minus the plastic wrapping) mattresses and most notably excessive noise from us being right off the main road. However because of the very thin walls, regular loud music and thundering vehicles, noise was fairly constant so much easier to deal with. There was also a bloody cockrel... We still liked it ...
... was a bit of a chicken so Freddy thinks I'm rubbish. Ill have to try again at some point and prove him wrong. Only once my nipples have recovered from the damage they received that day though. (Knew I should have brought my rashy!) We'd had enough of surfing pretty quickly and after just chilled on the beach. We returned to our room and got clean. We then headed out and got a ...
After ba˝os, me and Aline finally split ways as she went south to do some voluntary work in a school and Sam and I together with JosÚ (a local we met in our Hostel) headed towards the coast, where JosÚ had kindly offered for us to stay at his godfather's beach house in Ol˛n, 10 minutes north of Monta˝ita. When we got there, our first course of action was to go buy groceries from the town center. We hopped onto his uncle's quadbike - JosÚ driving, me on the ...
With our stay in Cuenca over, we caught an early morning bus for La Libertad, a town on the Pacific coast. We have rented a condo in La Libertad for a month hoping to experience day to day life in Ecuador. Leaving Cuenca, the bus wound its way through the city and then started to climb into the mountains. Once again, we were treated to some great scenery as the road took us through the El Cajas National Park. Here the bus stopped to ...