Hosteria La Perla

Address: Cdla. 12 de Octubre, Las Tunas, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cdla. 12 de Octubre, Las Tunas.
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      Day 3

      A travel blog entry by paular on Nov 08, 2014

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... upside down and backwards). Then it was on to the Missionary Residence for lunch. Internet was available and like starving people we hooked in. Luckily I only wanted to write someone an email, so when the email was written and sent, I could unplug again.

      Then it was back to the site. Our first task was to move the cinder blocks to within the center of the square that will be the house. Then the workmen did some heavy measuring to ...

      Mission Imposible

      A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Aug 07, 2014

      ... wild! They are so intriguing with their "armour", pointy nose, sharp claws, long tail and sweet nature. Poor little thing rolled down the hill slope as it lost it's footing! Super cute! We arrive at Piedra Sellada at 3.15pm and check out the mysterious petroglyphs etched into one huge rock. The origins are Mayan. I suppose if we could speak better Spanish we would have learnt more from our Guide, but we only learn that its old and this is the only petroglyphs in the ...

      Ruta de las Flores & Tazumal

      A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Aug 03, 2014

      2 photos

      ... t home. At this point we gave up, as I had to think about the times of buses, as they stop ridiculously early, at 5pm back from Sonsonante to Santa Ana. Katy got her bus back to Juayua, and I returned to Santa Ana. I popped into a pupseria, then the supermaker for some beers, and then walked back to the hotel. We had fun and despite not achieving our goal, we enjoyed our day. Anyhow, I have seen such a ceremony in Salvador, Brazil.

      Word of the day - platana frito = fried banana

      Frog legs, pride, and Bob Marley

      A travel blog entry by arigney87 on Mar 01, 2014

      1 photo

      ... spiel about FWM and what we do, but then I started to describe what I’ve seen and done and it just took on a whole new meaning for me. The way they responded was so different than the responses I get at home. So often I get an “Awww” face with some comment about how noble it is, or almost as commonly, a confused face with the follow-up question “So uh… you work for free?”, or the worst response: “Huh. That’s ...

      Dirt, dirt and more dirt....and friends

      A travel blog entry by breathein on Feb 11, 2014

      21 photos

      We have completed 75% of moving the dirt for the house. The dimensions are 25'x33' and 30"DEEP on one end. This is about 60 yards of earth we have moved BY HAND!
      The people alongside have been fabulous and reach out with humility, love and kindness.
      The highlight of the day came when the returning team visited Hector, Maria, Milton and Kelvin from their previous Thrivent Build. Evidence of the enormity came ...