- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I’ll sit here and take in the view.’ (Which translates as the old guy will flop out, breathe deeply and rest.)
All this said I do notice that these young folks tire also. I stayed and went for the boat ride and they left early to just hang out. Juan and I went out for pizza and a beer that evening and he confessed that he had taken a nap.
So I will see when I visit the coast. Is it the altitude or have I just take ...
... it. From my view he is talking Natural Law and the Heart – he’s is just missing the idea that were he gets God’s law from is a book written eons ago for a warrior culture. Do I read the bible? No, well yes every 10 years or so I skim through it. He gives me his card and encourages me. The answers are there, he says. We part: he full of bliss that he has done his duty: I full of bliss that I didn’t even try – just blessed him and ...
... 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 ...
... and ponchos, and all sorts of traditional Ecuadorian food and fruits. I tried a few fruits I hadn't had before (Cherimoya, some others I don't know the name of) and some sort of ceviche that wasn't made with fish but with fried giant corn kernels and beans similar to soy beans. Very tasty. I also got this bucket of food filled with the meat and veggies from a giant entire hog. It was so tasty. All the ...
... 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 ...
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