Madre Tierra Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... plucked, naked chicken, dressed?" (Bruce's astute observation).
... She's gone off the deep end! She buys her beans in a bag--fresh from the pod the day before. She peels dirty looking carrots, and cooks funny shaped potatoes. She actually knows her neighbors. She has learned the language, holy ****, what is she thinking? She speaks in code now with her friends, and can somehow communicate with the alien locals. What WAS she thinking?
She rarely washes her car. ...
... price for a change.
After dinner we decided to check out the bar and by accident we took the sofas of the dogs. It wasn't too long before the two dogs had muscled their way into their favorite spots, pushing us to the edges, and contentedly snoring away. Despite the dogs claiming the comfiest spots, we still managed to stay in the bar until 11pm, a very late night for all of us that were on the touring ...
From San Ignacio I had to take a car to la balsa, the boarder crossing to Ecuador. I had to squeeze in with 3 men in the back next to me and a boy was put I the boot! We also had chickens in a crate on the roof! I waited for 3 hours in la balsa to go to Zumba. The only transport was an open sided truck up the steep, muddy, bumpy road. The views on the road to vilcabamba were amazing, but was a very scary journey as we were soooo close to very steep ...
Pulling myself together and getting on the overnight bus was no easy task. But I did it. The symptoms of the good poisoning had subsided and the journey was not so bad. We watched a great film and fell asleep. Waking at 5am to a busy bus terminal in Loja. We were two hours earlier than anticipated, doubting the hostel would be open, so we hung out with the degenerates. Nothing much happening in loja. We spent the day sleeping and had a little wander. Tomorrow we head to Peru. ...
... way to finish up our time in Ecuador. When we arrived we discovered that we had the whole place to ourselves. And the whole place was pretty spectacular. The camp ground had a kitchen, a bathroom, a fire pit, several hammocks, lots of candles and board games..... Pretty much everything you need for an epic camping adventure. So naturally we stocked up on red wine, laid a picnic blanket on the lush green grass, and spent a night listening to music and ...