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... from Spain. It was a lovely bilingual class! I think if I were to stay here long, I would get pretty good at the Spanish language. Already it is getting much better.
After leaving their house we headed toward Manta. It is a large industrial city with the second largest port in the country. We did visit the beach here this afternoon - it's huge, very wide, and quite long, with condos and hotels stretching part of the way. But I can't get ...
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And I can't stop without mentioning the street venders. Some of the food being offered from those, were simple to die for. Like a huge twice baked crispy potato thingy -- crisp on the outside but without skin, filled with veggies and meat. There were various kinds of fantastic empanadas. One street vender served tasty burritos for $1.50 and NOT pre-made either -- the meat was cooked to order. We had those a few times! Unfortunately, much of ...
... out little information and only allowing 2 or 3 people through at a time. After about an hour of waiting, one man started asking the staff why we were being treated like cattle and when are we going to get through the door… I think they heard to tone in his voice because within about a minute all the remaining passengers were waiting in the immigration area for their passports to be stamped. Unfortunately for me, in their haste to stamp everyone’s ...
... 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 ...
... 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
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