Oro Verde Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... a good time. And we spent some dolares which, incidentally, is the official currency of Ecuador. You can still find the official exchange rate on line which something like 24,000 pesos to the dollar. Inflation!
According to the small information pamphlet Crystal issues for each port, Manta is the largest seaport in Ecuador. It is a small place, with a population of about 217,000. It is apparently a large fishing port as well as we ...
... instructor at a place in the village, so Celeste and I walked down there this morning and took a class. It was in a really funky "hippie" type place called "Camping Iguana". There were actually little tents in the courtyard (Gabriela lived in one!) and the rest of the accommodations were like dorms. Anyway, we moved some of the tents to the side, and set up our yoga mats. Myself, Celeste, a young girl from Australia, and another middle ...
... lunch items, like quiche, focaccia sandwiches, and espresso.
The German bakery, Deli Cream, around the corner from us was fun! Each visit was always filled with good conversation, as the owner, Michael, speaks English well, besides Spanish and his native German. He's been in Ecuador around 30 years. Their big baking operation was in Cuenca -- and some of it still is, but on a smaller scale now. Him and his really sweet wife, Carmen, who's from ...
... a little bit funny to see that our gate status change from being 'on time’ to being ‘gate closed’. After being issued with a new departure time and a $15 food voucher (due to the fact that we were looking at a 2 hour delay), we continued to hang around the lounge and use the free internet and eat the food. Once again as our now revised departure time came and eventually went, our gate status once again went from ‘on time’ to ‘gate ...
... by working with the open-minded youth at ACJ, I am able to explore their culture and identity. The youth group at ACJ works within and beyond the Portoviejo community addressing issues such as political and social participation, gender equality, sexual health, youth leadership, diversity, among many others. I quickly realized that the ACJ youth are leaders in the community who are very aware of the social issues that are prevalent in their daily lives. I am ...