La Colina Suites
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... of a largely pre-paid, all inclusive holiday is that my operating account remains untouched and ready to pay my credit card bill next month I guess. While being in port I also collected some cash from a friendly ATM so that I have enough for my drinks tab, which has to be paid in cash. And not forgetting cash for tips for our guide and crew too.
Oh and a highlight of my time in the port was access to 'food' other than what is put in front of us and I managed to down a ...
... A couple of lads on a bike might chase or buzz a couple of girls on a bike. Mammas and Pappas with kids. Lots of grinning and laughter.
Soccer and volleyball I also spent time watching. Some of the guys were carrying a bit of chunkiness around the belly but played very well and with fierosity. There were several soccer games going on. One goalie was nothing short of incredible. When I first looked him over I thought they might have put him in goal because he was ...
... as much as possible.
After a few days in Salinas I headed North along the coast to a town called Montaņita. You couldn't get more on the gringo trail here if you tried. It's a party town. Gringos everywhere. I was going to avoid it but Harry wanted to meet there, so after a couple days there we gathered a small crew, Harry, Karl (German), Gabe (English), and myself and we headed back to Canoa, that small town I was at ...
... within the jungle in a protected zone in a traditional manner, though that isolation is being threatened by increased oil exploration in Ecuador; easy read here: http://motherboard.vice.com/en_ca/read/ ecuadors-last-uncontacted-tribes-and-th e-familiar-promise-of-jungle-oil. - a sample mausoleum/Pachamama womb where kings were buried by shaman with all the things necessary for the afterlife. That included food, water gold, silver, animals and their wives! Don't worry the wives ...
... about the AM and PM difference. He quickly engaged a driver to pick us up who arrived about 15 minutes later, the hacienda being very close to the airport.
The drive to our lodging went through a very depressed area, which we subsequently discovered to be pretty much the local condition, and into a lovely Garden of Eden. After meeting Ferris & Maya, the resident French bulldogs, settling into our comfortable room and taking ...