La Petite Auberge
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... see pic #2) ... this joint is one of the larger resturants and situated on one of the main drags mid-town ... shrimp & rice dish ... ubiquitous plantains ... we have found the food here, so far, to be fairly bland ... spicy food is hard to come by and there are no chilies or jalapeno peppers to be found in the stores ... fresh vegetable variety and quantity seems limited ...
... being sprayed everywhere, but other than that, it was cool to see a live performance of someone and actually recognize their songs.
For Valentine’s Day this year I went out to dinner with some of my American friends who actually live in Salinas. We went to a restaurant in the next town over. The whole restaurant has things that were found in a shipwreck off the shore. It even has a little museum attached to it,displaying little trinkets ...
... were caves and rocks that we explored before spending the day relaxing on the beach itself.
On January 11th, my older host sister,Fabiana, returned to France. Before leaving for the airport, we stopped at a viewpoint of Salinas. This was cool to see because on my first weekend in Ecuador, my host parents brought me there while it was still in construction.Now, it is all finished and looked great! Saying goodbye to Fabiana was definitely difficult. It ...
... a number of different bird species, as well as alligators. The little trip was a fantastic change of scenery from the beach town that I live in.
Later during our vacation, my host mom, sister, and I took a trip to Cuenca to visit my host mom’s cousins. Cuenca is the exact opposite than Salinas. Salinas is on the beach, Cuenca is in the mountains. Salinas is always warm, Cuenca is always cold (well cold to an Ecuadorian is like 55 degrees). Salinas is ...
... host mom, Karina, Milena, and sometimes Fabrizzio if he isn’t working. The food is made by the live in house maid, who also does much of the housework during the week. Lunch is always served with some type of soup like cauliflower, or potato. Then we have the main dish of something with rice. So far it has been chicken, pork, vegetables and fish, or cheese potatoes. We also often have fried plantains or green bananas with ...