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... in Olon Beach, Ecuador, right on the ocean. The retreat facility (and Olon Beach in general) is a little secluded, which would turn out to be a good thing. Not only did we have a beautiful ocean steps away that was not crowded at all, we didn't have a lot of restaurants or food to tempt us. The facility wasn't luxurious, but it was nice (shout out to the interesting owner, Lubo), and sort of like camp for grown ...
... commercial house music which was just what we needed. It was such a good night. Tucked up nicely in bed at 2am, we were shattered, but our alcoholic hostel owner stayed up drinking... until lunchtime the next day! 4 bottles of rum later, incredible stamina!! You can tell why he lives here! All partied out, 2 nights was enough and we grabbed a refreshing fruit salad from Fruit Salad Alley and then grabbed a bus out of ...
... miles of coastline and also an island, Isla del Sol, commonly called the poormen's Galapagos; in fact going to Galapagos is prohibitively expensive, while the island is much more accessible, even if it's not even a distant relative of the more famous islands of the Pacific. We didn't go there anyway as, in the end, we have already seen elsewhere, and in abundance, all the animals that inhabit it. So we preferred to remain faithful to our laziness and to lie down on a ...
... decent techno, a rare thing in South America. But in the end we decided to call it in and had an early night, it looked like things were going to get a bit rowdy (little did we know.) The next morning we packed our stuff and went into town searching for new accommodation, with directions from the hippies that ran our hostel, to find some local guy on the far side of the small town( away from the music), who rented out private rooms at around $10 a night, much ...
... of us went back to our accommodation - it was now between 3 and 4am. I'd had a really, really good night.
Late morning, today, after a lovely English breakfast laid on for us, I went back into town to do some Christmas shopping. I also bought my bus ticket to Guayaquil (we had to make our own way back). As well as some Christmas presents for family, I bought myself a present too - a lovely polished stone ornamental knife. After I'd dumped my shopping at the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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