Happy Hill Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... br> The actual beach at Montaņita leaves a bit to be desired. They recommend not swimming there as it's a bit dirty so we went to the next beach over after finding some accommodation. This beach was a bit nicer. It defiantly had potential if it was not windy and rainy. David, the little cousin, had a kite. Flew that for a while until I used a spare string to rig it up as a stunt kite. Added the steering and flew it for a while but the ...
... lifestyle coming in. A couple of people were like me; they had a desire to get healthier, but it was still debatable what we were willing to do to get there. Some people (I'm looking at you Mara, you know I love you girl) thought everything was DEE-Lisicious from the start. Others (can I get an amen Brenda and Juan) were not feeling all of the meals at first. So there were cheerleaders and skeptics, which made ...
... a party place indeed. I found it a bit too touristic at first. Few streets with restaurants, bars and fruit cocktails places, big advert signs everywhere, etc. The beach is nicer than the ones in Peru, just need to find as good people as I met lately.
And it is a party place indeed. Hard not to go out at night here and the menu for tourists is more or less the same for everyone everyday, partying at night ...
... 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 ...
... the line had quintupled, snaking around two corners. We joined the queue about 150 people in front of us and ended up waiting for over an hour. That's where we met a fellow traveller Adam, who was having a rough time ( having just come from a night bus, only having $6 as no one would exchange his Peruvian soles and having eating something bad the night before.) So we let him skip the line with us as it had been exponentially increasing in size by the minute since ...