Hotel Oro del Mar I
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... that this was an important and professional game. We are trying to locate him on the field, but only with a picture of facebook...Fairly complicated. Luckily he had spotted us but when you think about it not too hard : two tourists with caps, shoes and two huge bags! He came to meet us at the end of the match. Arriving home, we met his grandmother very cheerful and generous. All the second floor for us: 3 bedrooms, laundry room and ...
... Lou as I thought she was stealing my Kebab, disaster!!
The next morning we woke up with thick heads and I hobbled into the taxi to be taken for breakfast with our new found friends. The food we were given was called Balon, which is mashed up fied banana in balls with pieces of pork grissel in it and an egg on top. We found this to not be the most appetising meal, especially not with a hang over from hell, but some how we got through it ...
... room not working – tried to move rooms but poor in most and too much hassle
to move in the end – had completely unpacked to send my stuff to the laundry.
Did, after a fruitless visit to the railway station as train
was full, find a really good coffee shop, Andaluza, which has a really good double
Americano in a pint mug! Also sells good cheese & meats.
... although the meals consisted of white pasta and white rice and a few veggies. SO, we gave it a shot, hated it, and left ASAP. We did make one Argentine friend who helped make things more enjoyable.
The Muddy Mishap: Puerto Lopez. After a ****** time at the ¨farm¨, we had a tear filled goodbye with Marsha. We split ways, as she was planning on working in a hostel in another part of Ecuador and then flying home from Medellin, Colombia, on the 9th of ...
... is only 1 km away and a 200m increase in altitude to 5000m but it is hard going. Another group is making the ascent at the same time and some of them decide to turn back after a short distance with the altitude taking its toll. Edison tells us that it normally takes 45 mins for this ascent but it seems like forever. Eventually, we do make it to the refuge and Edison tells us we managed it in 38 mins which apparently is pretty good going. Either we are getting fitter, more ...
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