La Piedra Hotel
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... me a pot of boiling hot water that I soaked for an hour, which did wonders. After a couple hours I barely noticed it, although after 3 weeks there's still a lump on the bottom of my foot that sometimes itches madly. I envision it continuing to grow and a baby stingray eventually popping out.
After two strikes I was leery of going back in the water, but it was too nice to resist. Floating around naked very late one night I pictured the opening scene in Jaws ...
... bus depot was about 4 km away from Bahai de Caraquez.
Taxi cost $2 to get to our apartment, building called Nautilus on Estrada and Malecon.
Geronimo the manager was there, who lives in the basement took us up to the 6 th floor.
It has 2 bathroom( so we don't have to share), 1 bedroom, living room and a balcony with a view of the river and ...
... us another wonderful meal of rice, beans, and pork, accompanied by more refreshing maracuya juice followed by a surprise Ecuadorian dessert in honor of Mila for her 15th birthday. Now it is about 9:20 and we're all relaxing. It seems unreal that we head home in only 2 days. It may seem like we're all ready but it's hard to leave such an amazing place.
Peace out for now and see you guys soon!
-Dea and Lauren ...
... Canoa was a great little fishing village that has the laid back local surf beach vibe. We got lucky and found a hostel via a 30 minute beach walk from town. This made the week very tranquilo. We found some sort of structure with the 4 of us taking a couple hours of Spanish class each day. After feeling a sense of accomplishment we were guilt free to hit la playa for some futbol, swimming, shell ...
... So that was the holiday within the holiday! We had a few more days left in Columbia and that was to shop up a storm in the huge Saturday markets in Otavalo. We hadn't bought much last time we were there because we would have had to cart it around with us for months but this time we could let loose. And this means presents for the family as well! We stayed in the same hostel as last time because the people were so friendly and we got a decent breakfast ...