Hotel Lun Fun Manta
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... or donkeys just in the middle of the road.
We took a detour off the said side road and came upon what I think was one of the saddest communities we've seen. Abject poverty, people living in huts with wooden floors, no one seeming to have anywhere to go or anything to do. But at the end of the road was a beautiful view of the ocean, and a peaceful cemetery obviously well tended. Such a contrast to the homes a few metres away.
... too, especially in the area around the University. There were many gorgeous homes, very attractive apartment buildings, and condos to delight the North American taste. We were able to talk to a few residents living there while in the ministry, and they were actually quite sweet.
In that area, there is at least one upscale hotel, called Mantahost. That beautiful place kisses the ocean, as it's literally just yards from the waves. We did not ...
... the ship early and wait for our ride outside. There was a little bit of confusion around where exactly the mini bus would actually stop – either next to the ship or outside the port gates. They ended up meeting us right next to the ship. On the way to the airport we got a mini tour of Manta. We managed to see most of the key sites such as the statue of a tuna (tuna fishing provides important income to the town), where the art and craft market is, the fish market ...
... with this placement so far because I have been able to openly discuss many of these social issues which is very useful for my final research paper.
The office environment here is very different than what I’ve experienced in Canada, mainly because many of the employees come and go as they please so it is very hard to track someone down if I need their help with something. Also, since I am in the youth office, I am working in a hectic environment ...
... br> We decided to ‘hit’ the beach resort area of El Murcielago and then headed for town and the local market before strolling the Malecon back to the ship. A pleasant and uneventful introduction to South America.
Aside – Manta, or more correctly the town of Montecristi just 16kms East of the city is the center of Panama Hat manufacturing. Yes, Panama hats are made in Ecuador.