Balandra Hotel Cabanas
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... a love couch. There's also the family table pushed against the wall. There's a door that leads to the stairs. In front of Norma's room is the 3 seat couch. My room is next to the couch. There's a wooden door that separates me from this world. There's a bathroom mirror taped to the wall with clear package tape just above the light switch. My ceiling is painted green. I have two dirty blue walls and 2 purple walls. Every thing seems to be some ...
In the morning I said my goodbyes at Sundown and caught a bus to the station in Bahia to connect with a bus to Manta. The ride was long but comfortable and I arrived in Manta by late afternoon. I took a taxi to the hotel, which was not downtown but in a neighborhood closer to the airport since I had a flight the next day. The hotel is very nice but ...
... goggles; not sure what they do to keep the water clean here.
After the museum, I went home and met up with Karissa and Jess to work on our lesson plan for tomorrow. I'm getting a little nervous in all honesty; teaching for the first time in front of forty students is going to be a little intimidating. But I think we're in good stead and at least I won't be alone up there. That'll be the four classes following that.
... live together but recently had to be separated because they won't stop fighting. Then we watched a show that included birds we often see in our own Hood River backyard, like a Harris hawk and a little falcon and a barn owl, and featured a flying demonstration with two bald eagles named "Gringa" and "Gringo". The whole thing was in Spanish, so we couldn't pretend that we were watching the raptor show at the Portland Zoo, so it counts as ...
... up everything but what I was wearing. BUT THE LAUNDRY WAS CLOSED! I had seen another one so I walked back several blocks looking, but no cigar. I met Dave the 15 year veteran from Florida and he thought there was a laundry along the route he was going, which was back towards the bus depo, thankfully, and we walked along espying each tiny shop. No cigar. Dave went his way and I went towards the bus depo holding on dearly to the thought that surely I would come ...