Hotel Baja Montanita
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... annoying. The beach has little stall type bars along it. Drink time.
Nap time. It might be hard to go back to work and not have a mid afternoon nap. Was a bit of a challenge to get up again but I managed to and after a few hours more of walking around cocktail alley, the beach and the streets of nightclubs, David went off to bed and we could start drinking properly. The girls know how to do that on the cheep. Just go to a ...
... would be the best, cooked vegan next, then vegetarian, then mostly vegetarian (anywhere from 50+% to 80% depending on who you ask) with some animal products, and way down at the bottom of the list (i.e. the fastest way to kill yourself) is how most Americans eat--meaty, fatty, salty, sugary with lots of pharmaceutical drugs to try to reverse our damage. Can't really argue there. We watched these documentaries, some ...
... Now Morganne on the other hand, picked it right up. Before the hour and half of in the water instructions were finished (I only lasted about 45 minutes before I begged off. I was really tired!), she was doing it - on her own! She did probably the best out of the 4 of us who tried. We came home to rest for a while and she went back out again for another 30 minutes to try to lock in the feelings. The conditions here are excellent to learn - and she really did well. ...
I thought Ecuador had felt busy with a lot of moving around and I've realised why. I managed to get around the 4 regions of Ecuador in about 3 weeks. No wonder!
The four regions and where I got to visit were;
Sierra (Quito and Banos)
Insular (The Galapagos Islands)
After the Galapagos I made my way to the final destination of Ecuador in Montanita. So many people had raved about ...
... now I feel comfortable at my community development placement with ACJ. I truly feel that I am able to contribute to the activities and workshops that take place in Portoviejo, as well as learn from observing and analyzing. The ACJ community has been very welcoming to me and has helped me settle into my lifestyle here. I know the next 6 weeks will pass by too quickly and I will need to participate in every new experience that is presented to me!
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