Hotel Baja Montanita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... big pictures painted on the walls in the rooms. The windows were these wooden hatches which opened up to the forest outside. There were bathrooms in all of the rooms with showers and toilets. But there was only cold water. There was a super basic kitchen downstairs but we were pretty used to cooking in basic kitchens by now. The location was good as it was a wee way from town meaning it was much easier to sleep over the party music. It was a good place ...
... time, and a few stops amongst the street vendors for fresh fruit smoothies and carne kabobs, we retire for the night to catch up on our sleep for tomorrow nights fiesta de la luna llena (full moon party). Our last full day in Montañita has arrived on July 6th. More of the same relaxation today, except for more beach time. Unfortunately we haven't awoken early enough on any days to get some surfing in, but at least we can ...
... Luckily we were going thru them at high tide because it was small path thru and a lot of big branches to get thru. We did see white ibis when going thru. When we got out of the tunnells, we were on outside of the island, where there is thousands of frigates birds. There is suppose to be over 30,000 of them. It was sight to see. Tons in the trees nesting, flying and diving for fish. Saw also black headed heron ,just above ...
... to stay with her Ecuadorian guy and start a life/family by opening a camp site. It's a pretty awesome spot despite being woken by chickens, donkeys, dogs, or ducks most days at any given point. It even has a pool table, which Jack and I have been running since our month of training in Quito. My days have pretty much gone the same way every day since I've been here. I wake up somewhere around 3 pm and search for the meaning of life while I attempt to understand the amplitude ...
... s Degree in Environmental
and Geographic Sciences. While in Cape Town, Chrissy volunteered with several non-profits that built community gardens in schools in townships (extremely poor, underdeveloped areas on the outskirts of the city). She has lead exchange trips to South Africa and has been working for GSE since 2013. Chrissy speaks English and Spanish.
Originally from Lafayette ...