Balandra Hotel Cabanas
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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... in to a pocket sliced in the bun. And then just before she hands it over she ladles in a spoonful of the boiling broth. Uno dollor. 4 cents of cheese, a bun and some figs she no doubt picked off a tree on the family farm. She is a happy looking person. She’ll be putting her kids through college do doubt.
If the birds get to fly for the tourist tomorrow I’ll be there.
Glad to be here,
March 6th, ...
... got a right to believe it. This is Canada.” A lot of folks call Albertans rednecks: I call them some of the best people on earth.
Inevitably the Dad who is bubbling over with enthusiasm which is to be expected given that he is in the middle of a convention. They are going to propose a world government: talks about God’s law: I mention the heart and he talks about the heart versus the head – which gets us into trouble. I don’t ...
... a good time. And we spent some dolares which, incidentally, is the official currency of Ecuador. You can still find the official exchange rate on line which something like 24,000 pesos to the dollar. Inflation!
According to the small information pamphlet Crystal issues for each port, Manta is the largest seaport in Ecuador. It is a small place, with a population of about 217,000. It is apparently a large fishing port as well as we ...
The Aussies, South Africans, and I woke up around mid morning and then we headed out to spend the day at the Otavalo market. It only occurs on Saturdays, which is a large part of the reason we did the entire 18 hour journey from Colombia in one day yesterday. The only reason to really visit Otavalo is the market so we planned well. The market was pretty cool. There were tons of stands selling jewelry, alpaca and ...
... instructor at a place in the village, so Celeste and I walked down there this morning and took a class. It was in a really funky "hippie" type place called "Camping Iguana". There were actually little tents in the courtyard (Gabriela lived in one!) and the rest of the accommodations were like dorms. Anyway, we moved some of the tents to the side, and set up our yoga mats. Myself, Celeste, a young girl from Australia, and another middle ...