Hotel Lun Fun Manta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... 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 ...
... are included in our $140.00/month rent. Not too shabby!
The building is very secure, clean, and has two attractive courtyards for tenants to enjoy. The showers are hot and toilet paper can be put into the toilet (that is something that is not always a convenience in Ecuador). Too, the landlady spent many years in the States, so her English is perfect. Another plus. Oh, and not to mention, good air conditioning. Although, during this ...
... they have created will change the lives of everyone that steps foot on this property, let alone lives here. It was warming to see the smiles of these children who feel more then blessed to arrive at a home where hugs and love is the soul of its existence.
A day like today will forever be with Owen and Siena and that makes it all worth it. A man once said, "It's all about that action boss!"
Sunday we arrived early at Manta, Ecuador. We were going to do a ships' tour to an ivory nut factory and a hat making store at Montecristi but, decided to just catch the shuttle bus and have a bit of a look by ourselves.
The bus first dropped us off at a craft market that the locals put on for the ship. It was pretty good. They had a band playing local ...
... facilitated by an organization called Infodesarrollo Ecuador (Info-development Ecuador). There were about 40 participants from various organizations and communities in Manabí province. I attended as a youth representative with some of ACJ’s youth group members. The workshop addressed some of the main social and economic issues that Ecuadorians face on a daily basis, such as access to healthcare, right to education, unfair economic competition, and ...