Hotel Lun Fun Manta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Manta
... and missing photo opportunities. He soon focused and snapped some amazing pics. On our way back to the wharf we stopped along side an island for some swimming and snorkelling. The water was blue and warm. Everyone jumped overboard to test the waters. While snorkelling starfish, octopus, fishes and sea enchants were all spotted. It was time to head back to land. But not before taking a closer look at the blue footed boobie birds. Such amazing creatures known for ...
... head. I made up for his misfortune, buying a thing or two there for myself and presents for others. The shopping mall was of no interest in itself except for the guard walking through with an M16 machine gun and the pharmacy to buy more supplies. The drive there, however, proved educational. We take our lifestyle way too much for granted. The houses we passed are packed in on each other, barely habitable and electricity lines are such a tangle ...
... where the open market is and you can buy a hat right there, or you can grab a cab to Montecristi and buy your hat right there. There are ship tours as well, but costly, so we are planning on doing this one on our own. We will let you know if we are successful or not.
... were still working, I felt too guilty.
Unfortunately, I won't build the chicken coop as they preferred them fashionable. I said to them regarding their expectation that it will only be useful for the chicken but not as elegant as what the locals are doing using bamboo material.
The bamboo men came back to do more work, I was glad to see them again before leaving.
We sold a lot of our salad to ...
... on a decent paved road, then reached an area that was obviously long under construction. It was wide, packed dirt, with large trees laying alongside the road, obviously felled to carve out the path. And bumpy. Sigh. Poor kidneys...
However, there were incredible vistas at every turn, but it was important not to stray your gaze from the road for more than a nanosecond. We never knew whether we were going to come upon horses or cattle ...