Arasha Tropical Rainforest Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... village this size) and take him to the local river where they plunge him in and then rub a particular brand of plant on his skin. This causes him to break out in horrible painful blisters and usually deters all crime. If more punishment is needed they will then beat him with cattle whips too. Only as a last resort will they hand him over to the policeman as this will mean banishment from the village. There has thus been no crime there in 12 years! A justice system that ...
... purchase. If his aim was to make the observer think, he definitely achieved that goal. Lots of dark themes, given the turmoil in the world inspired a good deal of it.
Evelyn mentioned that there is a public pool not too far from where she is staying; I'm going to have to look into it. Though it sounds like there will be a shopping list attached: a swim cap and a lock are required. I also probably should ...
... for a "meet n greet". We introduced ourselves and each told a little about ourselves. Dinner was an adventure. We had steak & baked potatoes...Our potatoes were good, but the steak was dry....that was OK, but dessert was extremely different. Some weird kind of parfait. See photos of where we are staying. Beautiful! See photo of fireplace in each room. They even put a warm hot water bottle in your bed at turn down! ...
... mall is so big I can’t find the Super Maxi. I am directed to dos floor and I wander around for some time and finally ask and the security guard points, and far down a narrow corridor I see axi in red neon. I get inside and the place is huge – and spacious. I am shocked after a week in Quito – miles of tightly packed stone and stucco buildings with no parks for miles and little greenery. There is a sense of peace and spaciousness in the ...
... macaw and so many brilliantly colored butterflies. The canoe ride back to Coca was enjoyable. The occasional boat carrying lorries and oil tanker trucks, however, reminded you that the serenity and safety of this beautiful, ecologically diverse area is not guaranteed. Coca's airport was tiny. A few portable food vendors lined the sidewalk to the front door. Inside, there was a check-in desk and maybe 15 seats where we waited for 45 minutes before they opened the security station. We ...