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I woke up pretty late and decided to head to my favorite food place in Montañita for a tuna wrap, a fruit salad, and a fresh apple and cucumber juice. I took care of some errands, and packed up my stuff, and made sure I hand my tent poles all set up and then headed out for my bus around 4pm. Before I left the campsite, I smoked with some of the South American travelers at the site. They all tried selling me their crafts and one guy asked me if I had a pair of ...
... the majors run away with the money. Had very good shrimp cerviche by the pier. Not much else to see, quite a ramshackle town, but did see people swimming in the ocean and peruvian boobies. They have a lot of 3 wheeled bikes, which are cool and remind me of ...
... by the end (that almond pate was slamming, Tony). In one week, I lost 11 pounds and my blood pressure came down about 20 points. And I did see the wisdom of the plant based, whole foods diet.
So am I a raw vegan now, you ask? No. I mean, they didn't have a magic wand at this retreat! But, I am much more focused on eating more fruits and veggies as the majority of my diet. I think my immediate goal is to ...
... is from Chicago and will be "working" here for a month to help interpret for English speaking guests and to help guests feel at home. She went to dinner with us last night, assisting us in ordering a really good meal - for me an Avocado and Cheese sandwich with fries. It was good! We have met travelers from Ireland, Switzerland, Argentina, Canada, Argentina and the US. English seems in most situations to be the common language for everyone, so it ...
... up the address so that was that problem solved at least!
Great end to Ecuador and start to Peru...!
That aside, I've had such a great time in Ecuador. Slightly rocky start as I had been reluctant to leave Panama and it turned out to be rainy season in Ecuador, but I have met some fantastic people and have seen and done so much, including a new trip highlight in the Galapagos.
Feeling very lucky (and poor) after Ecuador!