Oro Verde Hotel
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... 8217;, except this time by gate closed they meant flight cancelled. By now it was 11pm and it was now time for the fun to begun. The first hurdle was to get back through immigration. This meant fighting the hordes of other passengers, thrusting your passport into the hand of a port airline worker who then gave it to an immigration official who then stamped void over the stamp you get when you exit the country. This was when tempers started to fray as the airport staff ...
... in many amazing community events, meetings, and workshops. By attending community events and workshops focused on identifying and resolving socio-economic issues in the Manabí region, as well as organizing and facilitating workshops for the ACJ youth group, I believe that I am gaining a broader understanding of the society and youth culture of Portoviejo – which is my main research interest. I feel very lucky to have experienced so much of the local ...
... the world, their main
export is of course tuna. There are three kinds of Tuna; yellow fin,
big-eyed tuna and the most delicate one which is the blue fin tuna.
Tuna can grow very big and can weigh as much as 200 lbs. Aside from
tuna, Manta has a coastline with beautiful beaches, fishing villages,
modern cities and protected forests.
The sea, the unspoiled beaches, and
the tropical forest intertwine with the Pre-Columbian culture make
21 April 2013 – Manta, Ecuador
Today was without doubt, the most rewarding day of my life so far.
Our Hotel Director, Bert drew up a plan a while ago to see if we could help an orphanage somewhere along our route with supplies from the ship. Head office thought this was a wonderful idea, and it is. So for the last few years, all the ships that stop in Manta, Ecuador, do a day of helping out. In blistering heat, we loaded up three trucks and two ...
... in Equator. It was important because of its ties to the tuna fishing industry. Hundreds of boats fished just off the waters of Manta for tuna. The fishing boats brought in enough tuna daily to support a Sunkist Tuna Factory here in town. Starting in early morning thru late afternoon the pier on which we were docked was loaded with large trucks that would retrieve the fish from the boats. Cranes were busy hauling in cargo nets full of tuna from the frozen storage of the boat's haul ...