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One of the guys staying long term at Sundown is Michael, very cool and smart, and he gave me the name of a doctor in Bahía since there are no clinics in Canoa. I got a bus toward Bahía, a modern city on the coast emphasizing sustainable growth. You cross a long bridge into the city and in order to reach the doctor I should've gotten off the bus at the first stop past the bridge, but being my first trip into town I stayed on the bus. When I realized ...
Today we woke up to the sounds of roosters and ukeleles. We went down for breakfast and were treated to banana pancakes that were pure mashed bananas fried, with fruit salad. We then boarded a bus and drove to Canoa, which is a coastal town across the bay from Bahia. We spent the day in the water, and frying in the sun. We surfed and boogie boarded and shopped at street ...
Today was our first official full day in Bahia. The day began as usual: everyone slowly rolling out of bed at around 7:00 A. M. to the sweet soundtrack of dogs and roosters (sarcasm). We began the day with a breakfast and a walk down to town. First we (finally) took our smelly clothes to the Laundromat. We then walked into downtown to go to the Bahia Museum, where we learned about the history of the area and the indigenous people who ...
... where we bought Helado de Chocolate, and saw the warm Pacific Ocean. After a long day, we took an autobus to La Punta Gorda (The fat point aka the beach reserve), where we set up camp, swam in the Ocean and watched a beautiful Ecuadorian sunset.
Upon waking up to the whispers of the ocean and the sound of Ricky's ukelele we ventured out into El Bosque Seco (The Dry Forest) for the first time, to "Plant Hella Trees." After a long days work Ricky and Steven ...
... did the same and after 8 hours of sweet sleep we arrived to a dark and deserted Canoa. Walking along the streets to the beach, trying to find our chosen hostel, we encountered an over friendly dog. After already receiving a dog bite earlier that day we wasted an entire packet of biscuits attempting to send it away. Instead he decided to join us whilst we sat on the beach waiting for Canoa to awake watching as the towns fishermen headed out to sea at sunrise.