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Travel Blogs from Las Tunas
... Montanita, a string of fishing villages make their way up to Puerto Lopez, the famous whale watching departure point. Being out of whale watching season we opted for this tiny village called Las Tunas instead (fruit of one type of cactus that used to overwhelm the area).
Fifties houses along one dusty road, one waterside paved esplanade, a handful of restaurants and a deserted beach that stretched out infinitely ...
... intentions to get up early, practice Spanish, find volunteer work, go to the school and talk to the administration do not always lead to action.
But as our boss in Canada told me in an e-mail I received while in Quito that first time, these internships are what you make of them. Right now, I'm not quite giving it my all. Clearly. Thankfully, I have the chance to learn (and re-learn, and re-learn again) this lesson now, and not the week before going ...
We found the Ecuadorian paradise! After escaping the long and definitely busy weekend to las Tuna we found there the perfect place to be. Mirian and her husband Aurelio welcomed us and we were directly introduced to the whole family: Deidad, the grandmother, her son Antonia and Emile and Jose, the children of one of her sisters. Our room is directly at the beach ...
Good Morning everyone, um, excuse me, Buenas Dias! We are in Guayaquil, Ecuador. We had a very long day yesterday. Sam and I went out for my doctor's appointment and his breakfast at 8:15 and we fell into bed at 1 am (Central time) this morning! We left Jupiter at 11:15 for Miami and had an uneventful drive down and a smooth checkin at the airport. We boarded our flight on time only to be asked to deplane as there were mechanical problems. ...
... through the crowd, everyone is telling you how much you need their trinket or asking for change because they just juggled while riding unicycle. Towns like this are truely a different world. The day is filled with beach, surf, trying to sell **** to other tourists, and just sitting around. At night, there is nothing to do but drink and party.....all night. After Chantelīs friend showed us around a bit, we had some lunch, checked into a hostel, then headed to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility