Hotel Sun Beach Salinas
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... went with Kalin and Marta toward what we thought would be a relaxing beach trip...we were wrong! A friend reccommended Puerto Lopez to me as ¨the most beautiful beach in Ecuador¨ but he failed to mention it was the rainy season, so it was cloudy and rainy the whole time and every square inch of the town was covered in mud!
Cuenca: An awesomely beautiful colonial city in the mountains, we slept in hammocks (indoors, of course) hung out at the ...
... places has been corrugated by the effects of the wind and feels what is perhaps best described as like siting on top of a pneumatic drill! We soon learn to avoid the worst patches when we can.. As the road winds back down the mountain the wind gets quite strong and blows sand into our faces which stings a bit at times (now understand why we were told to bring sunglasses). After 20 mins or so we are back at the park entrance and we are yet to actually pedal our bikes. A ...
... and the four of us set off for the volcano in Gallo's 4x4. Gallo was a very well spoken English guide and had a very good knowledge of the whole area, stopping very often to show us something or point out something interesting. He also told us a lot about the native farmers and their Inca heritage. After about an hour of driving and stopping at interesting sites such as looking at interesting rock formations and wild Vicuņas, a smaller and wild relative of ...
... the traditional Kichwa language and Diana the kindergarten teacher turned cook. The first two days Jim was helping with manual labour, collecting pine needles from the surrounding forest and covering the path ways to help keep down the dust. Salasaka is a very dusty place! The women use their traditional woolen shawl or a bandana to cover their faces. Jim was sick the last three days in Salasaka and rested in bed.
The boys made lots ...