La Colina Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... my understanding from Pakistan originally. ...It was heartbreaking hearing him talk about his country or origin (he is now an Ecuadorian citizen). He cheered up talking about Manabi (the province he lives and works)
After dinner, I decided to venture out for my 'first night on the town' so to speak. I took a taxi down with Suleman since he was heading down that way as well.
I went to Plaza Foch (a ...
... Hotel Reina Isabel and hope it all goes through smoothly. It was coming up to lunchtime and we had decided to have a little picnic in one of the local parks. So we grabbed a loaf of bread, some ham, avocado and tomato with a few other nibblies, and head out to find a nice park to eat at. We had a few in mind, but didn't want to have to walk too far, so we tried the local park down the road. Bad idea. We ended up walking further trying to find ...
... had explained that it was better to eat in silence and have one’s attention on the food (right out of Ayurveda). He explained about the importance of the sound MMMM and demonstrated a martial arts posture where the legs and arms form an M shape, and breathed the M sound as he performed the posture. Then he introduced the second best sound the AAAA sound and did an A posture.
Then he told me how focusing on some part of the body heals. And I ...
... grabbing whatever wi fi we could find, and another tourist stopped by. He was an older man, chapped that not many people in Ecuador speak German.
"They need to realize that there are more than 2 languages in the world," he griped, his voice reverberating throughout the tranquil property. 'There is more than just Spanish and English. 4 million people in the world speak German. It is an important language We are important people. ...
... eventually got out and walked the block and a half to our hostel. Haha. I felt bad for the driver even though it is incredibly frustrating that none of the taxi drivers in South America have any idea where they are going. We got home fairly early that evening and since you're not supposed to be out and about after dark in Quito we put a movie in at the hostel. I spent most of the movie talking on FaceTime with Neil, Karis, Netty, Jordan, Dave and Nicole back in Penticton! They ...