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... to the ship was made, we felt that we had completed a full day of activities. Once aboard the modern air conditioned bus, the time quickly mellowed as we relaxed and unwound from a restful day of shopping and just relaxing. Some ports are hectic and others are just relaxing. Manta was a relaxing port today. On our previous stop in Manta we walked thru the complete town and took a local bus to Montecristi. It was a good day but a busy day. Today we were again cautioned on street ...
... The beach was filled with celebrating locals. As we were walking along one of our fellow tourists who was first to arrive at the beach came up to us with bottle in hand exclaiming "Look, beer costs only $1.00 !!! " We continued our walk along the sand. The sand on most of the beaches here is made mostly of lava so unlike the white coral beaches of the Caribbean,they are greyish. The temperature was in the 30s and being a clear day on the ...
... This city is about 500 years old and has a long Inca history in the past, but now they are a big tuna fishing center. There are multiple fishing boats in the enclosed harbor and I tried to get a few pictures.We visited the city very quickly and bought sun glasses for both of us since we forgot ours at home, what a hassel my spanish is terrible and the word for sun glasses is Grafa de solar, but so few places had them. we left for Peru late in the day and have another formal night ...
... how the product is burned to create a brown sugar called “panilla.”
We started our hike through the forest at 12:12 p.m., starting at an elevation of 1,120 feet and walking down to about 900 feet – and then back up. It was a short walk – my smartphone timed it at 39 minutes and just 0.7 miles. Didn’t see any more monkeys unfortunately.
The group returned to the lodge, where we were offered a lunch box consisting of a ...
Well just like in Camp Grenada, The sun is shining. So we are now heading off for the Marquesas in about 15 minutes. Allset with 65 gallons extra of diesel so we do not have to stress again. Although i will now proabaly have evey bit of it when i reach Australia.(Murphy's ...
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