Hosteria La Andaluza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... flowing water hitting your face and it was hard to hear any instructions but I felt safe enough. Our next waterfall was 15 meters and a bit tougher but I was feeling more comfortable by then. This time we went down in twos and I scooted down with the German girl, and Sam went down with Bec after us. Sam did it very well and very quickly. Our third waterfall was 20 meters but instead of abseiling, our instructor constructed a ...
... the waves whipping us and the nearby surfers around- a refreshing and great way to end our stay in Montanita. I loved it here and would happily have stayed longer but we had to get ourselves over to Lima and then Cusco in the coming days so it wasn't an option...
We got a 3 hour bus to Guayaquil which is a fairly grey, bustling industrial city and Ecuador's most populous. We spent one night in a friendly hostel as our insanely long bus to Lima departed the next day at ...
... meeting at the School. We were meet by Jessica who is 19 and the oldest of 3 siblings. She was very friendly and patient with us as we walked to her house, when we got there we were meet by Jeano the Mother of the house. Jeano was very welcoming and showed us to our room and where the bathroom etc were. We had until 2.30pm before class so we spent the rest of the morning walking around town with Jesse who was our tour guide for the ...
... promenade before going to the airport to fly to Galápagos the next morning.
The 2 weeks we spent in Ecuador had been amazing. I had been to Quito before for 3 weeks in 2003 and it hadn't been one of my favourite countries of South America, but this time I had loved everything - the people, the food, the traditional dress and the scenery. Definitely one of my favourite countries of Latin America so far!
Next stop - the adventure of a lifetime in Galápagos!
... but very, very cold. And yet I had a blueberry cone. Had to try that famous ice-cream, didn't I? My third train ride finally, took me to Colta, where Ecuador's oldest catholic church is located. They also had a handicraft centre there where they made ivory looking knickknacks from a kind of nut, a university for spiritual knowledge and ancient medicine, and a large lake with a very landscaped park around ...