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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... club. I have a hard time speaking and understanding fluent Spanish in normal noise levels, never mind at a club. They took us to a club called Tsunami first. We had a round of shots and danced until the second club, Paradise City, opened.
Note to self for future reference on location: Teodor de la torre y cruz verde cerca del cementerio del rico.
Miguel drove us to Paradise City. I disliked that smoking was allowed inside, but other ...
Cold up there and windy. But a super well kept facility. Run by the Condor Foundation.
I walked back the 6 km. Beautiful views of farms across the valley and basically for the first 3 km I walking through farm land with beautiful views of mountains blue and green, all around. Pigs and cows tethered in fields. An old Grandma keeping an eye on 4 cows that have long leads dragging in the dust and are grazing in the ditches. Chickens everywhere. And ...
... about the people here is that they are solid and strong. It is hard to imagine how strong some of these women are. I asked for a quarter chicken and the lady slapped a half chicken piece on the cutting block and smacked it one hit with the cleaver and one piece became 2 pieces. They work and work – like women everywhere outside of the West. One of the cleaning staff Ja Beez’s mum was here til 6 pm today. She looked as fresh when she left as she did this ...
... well. And it was fairly brief.
More travels with Jean and then Bye. I fetch my laundry and hoof back to see Luis about one of the apts. We drive there in his 4 wheel drive. He occasionally pulls the vehicle over to speak with someone. The hubby is home but we can’t get in as the wife has THE key. Okay, manyana. Luis drops me off at the bus depo which is across from his store. I had helped him and his helper unload the truck prior to us going to ...
... and ponchos, and all sorts of traditional Ecuadorian food and fruits. I tried a few fruits I hadn't had before (Cherimoya, some others I don't know the name of) and some sort of ceviche that wasn't made with fish but with fried giant corn kernels and beans similar to soy beans. Very tasty. I also got this bucket of food filled with the meat and veggies from a giant entire hog. It was so tasty. All the ...