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... UK all the time, they also played Latin American music (as youīd expect in South America, really). Also, the rafters,columns and some of the walls were made of giant bamboo, and one end of the club was open to the air, one giant open window without any glass pane or iron bars or anything. I thought it was a good idea because it meant a breeze came through quite often and the air didnīt get stuffy.I really liked the atmosphere there. We danced for a while before ...
... a few people, including a lady from Scotland. Apparently these parties happen every three or four days. Not a bad way to spend your retirement!
We spent the rest of our time relaxing between beach and jacuzzi before looking into our next stop, Baņos. Unfortunately the only way to get here is via Guayaquil, so a bit of back tracking was involved and so we checked out the following morning and said our goodbyes before setting off for a day of ...
... did not think was that bad, is bad. really bad. i can get around, and i can talk, but i do not understand much of what is being said to me... kind of important. also, there are tons of different spanish accents here, and some (argentina) are impossible to understand! also, there seems to be less western backpackers, and a lot of young south americans traveling, and a lot on shorter holidays. it is an interesting mix, really different than central america where it was backpacker ...
... doll fires, and you have officially experienced a piece of New Years in Cuenca!
BACK TO SCHOOL..... AGAIN?:
My theory is that I took a gap year to AVOID school, tests and stress, but my initiation into the second leg of this crazy year off, put me right back in the seat of a student again, in learning a wee bit more spanish.
A ten hour bus journey delivered me to a hostel/spanish school in Quito at which I nervously awaited the arrival of ...
... them my husband back at the hotel minding the 6 kids I have and this does the trick. They told me about a beach reggae party that was happening later that night, so I advised the rest of my crew, and we decided this would be a fine idea. We could take our own drinks and drink on the beach whilst being entertained by fire twirlers and a bonfire. It turned out to be pretty lame, full of hippie wanna be types. The first shows were impressive, but then they ...
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