- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... well. And it was fairly brief.
More travels with Jean and then Bye. I fetch my laundry and hoof back to see Luis about one of the apts. We drive there in his 4 wheel drive. He occasionally pulls the vehicle over to speak with someone. The hubby is home but we can’t get in as the wife has THE key. Okay, manyana. Luis drops me off at the bus depo which is across from his store. I had helped him and his helper unload the truck prior to us going to ...
... U.S. and they are still selling strong in Manta. The hat is a traditional brimmed straw hat made from the plaited leaves of the Carludovica palmata plant, known locally as the toquilla palm or jipijapa palm, although it is a palm-like plant rather than a true palm. They range in price from tens of dollars to hundreds of dollars, depending on the tightness and number of fibers in the weave. The best can be rolled and placed in a wooden box, but ...
... by staying in Otavalo and going to their famous Markets. We timed it perfectly being there on Saturday as this is their biggest day. All the ladies were dressed in traditional clothing with skirts, ponchos, hats, and shirts with embroidery. The ladies were all so tiny and often lugging produce or items on their back or three chickens in each hand - unreal. We went to the general market where there were items such as alapca or llama scarves, ...
... plenty of beach tents offering shade that are available for rent, but from 8 to perhaps,10 am, the blanketed skies offered that to us for free! And yet, even early, Manta's beach was not empty, as it was busy with joggers, street venders, coaches blowing their whistles to direct their teams, a surfer or two, exercise classes, and a visible police presence.
We also enjoyed some nice experiences in the ministry. One of them happened when Fred and I left ...
... year, air conditioning along the coast is not needed for most of the day.
So then, Manta will be our home base as we explore the Manabi region. We have heard plenty of negative reports about Manta, but so far, so good. Our friend Wayne, whose been in Manta for about one year, said that even he has seen quite a few changes. One change: The street dogs have been cleaned up. People are even leaving their full trash bags right on the ...
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