Arasha Tropical Rainforest Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... soccer with a plastic cup. They lost control of the cup at one point. I picked it up and dribbled it toward them, throwing in a neat little back heel. They just looked at me like I was nuts. The woman walking with them grinned and laughed, though. My first pick up game, and it was with a plastic cup! No soccer ball needed.
I gave up on finding the cafe I was looking for and just popped into a corner hole in the wall joint where the guy told ...
... crawling with people..luckily I beat him back and managed to get myself high up enough that I could spot him! (Easy enough with most locals being closer to my height than his!) Everyone was very tolerant and almost welcoming to the photographers, which was great because who wouldn't want to share their story?! After a couple hours photographing and people watching, we headed back for an afternoon rest. We were still curious about what was happening in the square still, ...
... day wandering round Quito today before joining the group at 6:30 for drinks & dinner. Down to the Central Park of Quito, here & there, but couldn't go far cause i had to check out of my room, & then re check in at some as then undisclosed time. Different rooms cause I was booked in under two reservations cause 1 was with the tour group... Never mind... Interesting change over because they were obviously doing ...
Buenos Dias everyone!! Glad to be leaving Canoa! Lots of people that we met said that we would love it and how nice it was… well we totally disagree!! It is noisy at night with music playing all night long, dirt roads that get muddy when it rains, and feels kind of like a mini Montanita, but without the charm. It is a place that we won't be hurrying back to. Our destination today is Santo Domingo. It is our ...
... painted during a period of cubism and his style certainly didn’t appeal to everyone in our group. One of my tour mates thought his art a poor homage to Picasso, but I felt it speaking to me. It was tremendously moving and captured so clearly the pain, the frustration and the devastation faced by so many Ecuadoran people in the second half of the 20th century.
Once again, ...