Oro Verde Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... sites, Machu Picchu for instance, lasting two or three days.) $59 was not a lot, and Crystal does a good job, but their tours tend to be crowded, so you end up waiting for people to get on and off the bus, some of whom are rather slow. This is not a criticism, just a fact. So, we take their tours sometimes, but as I've noted before, we often go off on our own. You can usually find a taxi driver who will take you around to the same sights for ...
... Manta and checked in to a hotel that was recommended for us. Took a drive downtown the beach and now just hanging out on the hotel rooftop garden. Great view of the ocean. Leaving in the morning for Puerto Lopez where we hope to Scuba dive and go see howler monkeys- then check out the fishing port.
... of those tours take passengers to Montecristi. A town where they make Panama hats. We also saw them making good quality wicker furniture, all by hand. It's a fun outing, as there are many shops for souvenirs.
MontecristI is about a 20 minute taxi ride from Manta ($5.00). This little tidbit is from the web: "Panama hats of the best quality are made here. Montecristi is famous for them, and for good reason. They ought to be re-named "Montecristi hats", ...
... Getting to the next stage involved navigating out of the secure area to one of the LAN service desks. Easy right? Wrong. Security only had a vague idea of what was happening and while fairly helpful had no idea where to send us even though many other passengers would have passed through before us. The second hurdle was to get our hotel vouchers. Thankfully one of the people we were travelling with had gotten through hurdle one quickly and was able to scope out ...
... was hard to adjust to being on my own in a new city – especially one that does not attract any foreigners or tourists – because I really stick out due to my height, my light skin, and my blond hair! Another obstacle I had to overcome was adjusting to the way people talk in Portoviejo. The youth (especially females) speak very quickly and it was very hard for me to get used to their pace of speaking. I still haven’t fully adjusted and I still ...