Arasha Tropical Rainforest Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Sahara for the driest place on earth, it's pretty humid - more than likely because I'm here at the tail end of their rainy season. I was told today that my times to volunteer are in the morning because it rains each and every afternoon and I believe that because there was a huge thunderstorm for about two hours this evening! Anita took me to the mall in the afternoon, which is walking distance to the apartment building. Also according to my lonely planet book I ...
... The reward was meeting a herd of llamas. They were a bit spitty but it was good to see them as I would have been disappointed not to have come across some, whilst in the Andes.
Back at the spa we collected our towels and changed into swim gear. ...
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 ...
... one. Next, we went to the Tia, Ecuador's big supermarket chain, to buy food because the next place we are going to spend a week is up in the cloud forest where there are no supermarkets. Then, we went back to the hostel and the electricity was off. So a guy who works there put candles all over the place. He also lit up a fire in the TV room. It was pretty difficult to be at the hostel with no lights because it was very dark.
This time around, I wanted to take it slow. Instead, I feel helpless as I watch the time fly by without my consent. We have already been on the road for a month. And yet, I feel like
I've only just caught my breath from the impact of meeting my new travel companions. The days here in Bua, Ecuador are a whirl wind of labor intensive activities and engrossing
conversations. Our work project, seminars and random debates about how to get ...