Howard Johnson Hotel Loja
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... of altitude, weather, water purity, healthy food, and stress-free lifestyle. What I didn’t realize is that most of the retirees who are living there, trying to make it to 100, are Americans. And not just Americans, but American hippies. I went to a cafe to get a juice when I first arrived and this older American couple started to make conversation with me. It took less than a minute for the man to start going on about his ...
... laughed some more.
Bruce met Ken and Joyce Wood years ago-25 maybe? Joyce was working as a computer programer on a job Bruce worked in Bend, Oregon. They stayed connected.
I met them through Bruce, about 16 years ago. At first I had trouble being around Joyce-so we treated for allergies and the relationship blossomed! We stayed at each other's homes. They lived in Brookings, on the coast ...
... br> Did she tell you they got a fancy new store in Loja? Has most things you'd need to put in your house: fancy toilets-rectangle ones even, glass blocks, tile, faucets. Sigh. But...their house is done? Ah, the tears the day they found that place. Tell me. Honestly. Have you ever cried in an aisle at Lowes? or stood staring in wonder at drill bits at Home Depot. I doubt it!
You have it all, and we have nothing.
Please don't even think of moving to South ...
... people waiting. Eventually, we were on our way to Loja's Bus Station, 75 minutes away.
We said goodbye to Clara in Loja, she was off to Guayaquil to start her Galapagos adventure. The rest of us boarded the 11pm bus to Piura in Peru. There was a booking mistake with seat numbers and an Israeli girl was in the seat (which pretty much converted to a bed) that was meant to be for the 2nd driver - she was not giving up the seat without a ...
... t take any more. Oh well. I came across an empty but open auditorium with a woman having a piano lesson on a grand piano, and then a room full of information about and work of Lojana Ecuadorian literary and musical figures. There were also two rooms showing off the traditional dress of Saraguro, a proudly indigenous town quite near to Loja; rooms of colonial religious art, which included a painting each of the Virgen del Cisne, the Virgen de Guápulo and ...