Travel Blogs from Manta
... two of the ACJ youth group members. I felt very out of place in the room because it was full of important community leaders, but I tried my best to absorb everything that was being discussed. I learned that Portoviejo does not have potable water in its water system – it is all contaminated. This means that all water that is consumed must be purified / filtered water that has to be bought, and is therefore an additional cost to everyone in the region. At ...
Up early again and working out while we came into port.
Manta is a typical port town. Lots of tuna boats and working ships anchored or tied up to piers - a fairly ordinary town. Went to the market, internet (hole in the wall), and their beach. Had some coconut shrimp then back on board.
A friend of ours wrote, “ Charlotte,
it seem as though you have a Mama, or auntie at every port.”
Between myself, and my husband, it is
true. We have friends all over the world.
It is with this thought that I heard my
name mentioned out loud after I got off the shuttle bus from the Port
of Manta, to the central plaza, “Charlotte!” I heard an
... was mixed with higher humidity than we had been experiencing on our travels north. We know that his port will be the turning point for us as we were warming going toward the equator, we will now begin to slowly, but surely get cooler as we will be heading north in the northern hemisphere. But today, we would be walking around that port which most likely will be the hottest part of our northern journey along the coast of South America. Was the temperature hotter than what ...
... provoked a lot of my own questions and I did speak up about my beliefs of the afterlife and they actually seemed to respect my opinion, even though I was told by one lady at the beginning, Â“You are too young to be on this cruise!Â” J After that I had lunch, then a lecture on Chinese medicine, then Qi Gong, now writing for 2 hours before dinner. I really hope my days stay this busy the whole cruise and they continue to offer so many different things. ...
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Other places to stay in Manta
Km 1.5 Via Barbasquillo, Manta | Hotelfrom $138
Malecon y calle 23 , Manta | Hotelfrom $128
Av. 7 y calle 20, Manta | Hotelfrom $119
Calle 2 Avenida 11 La Ensenadita, Frente al Malecon, Manta | Hotelfrom $65
Calle M1 y Av. 24, Manta | Hotelfrom $70
Colinas del Mar, Manta | Hotelfrom $82