La Petite Auberge
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a barrier. I am talking 100% in Spanish with all my friends and it just doesn’t seem difficult anymore. I am realizing that I have stopped translating everything in my head and words come out of my month before I even have to think about what I am going to say. Now I can say with no hesitation that I am fluent in Spanish! I am so proud of how far I have come with the language in the last five months. It was something I had to work extremely hard at and it ...
... It was very cool to see everyone's expositions and hear them all present in English!
My host cousin, who just recently turned one, also was baptized this month. It was a pretty formal occasion where everyone dressed up and my host mom, sister, and I all went to the salon to get our hair and nails done. The funny thing about all this pampering was that we ended being so late for the baptism, that we missed it.. When you're on "Ecuadorian" time 6pm ...
I arrived at my host family's house at midnight. They were having a party for their 18 year old daughter, Camila, because the next day, Sunday, we were going to take her to the airport to start her exchange in Harrisburg PA. I was very tired from a full day of travel so I went right to bed.
The next day my host mom, myself, Camila, Milena (my 12 year old host sister), and Emily (my 8 year old host cousin) drove to ...
... into their establishment. Of course, being the old folks we are, we choice more quieter settings when we could find one. If you read my previous posts on Brazil, you might recall me ranting about being tired of our lack of food choices for a reasonable price. I can count maybe 4 memorable meals that I had Brazil after staying an entire month there. And anything that was worth trying was way overpriced. Well, loud clubs aside, Ecuador soon became really exciting for us, when ...
I realized this morning there were a few significant things that happened in Montanita I wanted to share but never wrote about, or perhaps I subconsciously didn't so that my last post wasn't a novel, who knows. The guy who was on the bunk below Natalie was an Australian name Alex, a complete surfer babe and possibly one of the wittiest guys I've encountered. Our first night we were there we were playing a game when he told the group that ...