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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
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... thinking about something a speaker I heard in college say - "Come to God with great expectancy, and little expectation." That is how I feel about this trip; I know it will change me, I just don't know how, or when, or why, or with whom. My hopes at this point in the trip are to meet people I connect with and can travel with for some time, to find meaningful ways to interact with local people and their culture, to be brave, to be safe, and to find unexpected adventures. And for those ...
... fantastic! Funny. Great stories. Informative. This is the place to go with you family as the science experiments are simple and make the kids scratch their heads in disbelief. It's delightful to watch. I found some time to myself to watch & listen to some hummingbirds. Admire the dramatic and threatening cloud cover. Allow my heart beat to go with the rhythm of the earth's centre. I walked the ...
... our way through a residential area that borders a swamp like body of water, that is the home to some small birds, and the path winds us through past the Finch Bay Resort, a high end place that charges $10 a head to use their pool and facilities. About 15 minutes into our walk, I am starting to think that we are on the wrong path, and then we come upon a wooden gate, with a conservation guy standing at it, and he insures us that we are indeed going the right way, ...
Our day gets underway at 6am sharp, and the cloud is literally sitting on the mountain, bringing with it cool temps, along with a drizzly mist. A perfect travel day to make our way to the Amazon, and then to the Cuyabeno Eco Lodge, 2 hours by canoe, for a 3 night stay. The road begins to decline quite drastically and this is quite apparent with how much our ears are popping on the way down, as well as the change in vegetation. The mountains become lush with vines, pampas ...
... cook, kick the soccer ball back and forth with 4 year old Ja Beez while lunch is cooking. (the kitchen is on the ground floor next to the orchids, the parrots and a courtyard where we can boot the ball back and forth. He comes up to me chattering away in Spanish eyes shining and I can’t understand a word he is saying. No comprende espanole. So we kick the ball. He is the child of one of the workers here at the hostel. ...